Work starts at proposed Plaquemines liquefaction plant in Louisiana for Venture Global LNG
A request filed by Venture Global LNG earlier this year “to proceed with initial mobilzation and limited site preparation” for the Plaquemines LNG project was approved by FERC earlier this week.
Venture Global will start site preparation works imminently at its proposed Plaquemines liquefaction plant in Louisiana, following approval from US energy regulators.
Venture Global said it expects commercial operations at the facility to begin in 2023. The US company plans to start preparation works at the site in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, in mid 2020 – before financial close on the project, which is projected for late 2020.
When fully developed, Plaquemines LNG will have an export capacity of up to 20 million tonnes per year. The project includes up to thirty six 0.626 MTPA liquefaction trains, configured in eighteen blocks, four tanks and three jetties, according to the US company.
Elsewhere, Venture Global is also developing the 10 MTPA Calcasieu Pass facility in Louisiana where it recently lifted the roof of the second storage tank.
The company’s third project Delta LNG, also planned in Louisiana in Plaquemines Parish, will have a 20 MTPA capacity.
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17th June 2020