Plaquemines ventures forth

Venture Global LNG announced that it had awarded KBR the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for Phase I of the Plaquemines LNG export project. The planned 21.6m t/y plant in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana on the Gulf of Mexico coast, approximately 20 miles south of New Orleans, will have 18 modular trains in Phase I, identical to the systems being successfully delivered and installed at Venture Global LNG’s 10.8m t/y Calcasieu Pass project in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, south of Lake Charles. The expected commissioning date is 2023, a year later than Calcasieu Pass. The US now has 3 export plants in the latter stages of development, with ExxonMobil’s 3-train, 15.6m t/y

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