Annova LNG filed preliminary draft resource reports 1 and 10 with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The company is looking to construct an LNG export facility located on the southern bank of the Brownsville Ship Channel, in Cameron County, Texas.
According to the company’s filing, the project will include six liquefaction trains, each with a nameplate capacity of 1.0 million tonnes per annum, for an aggregate nameplate capacity of 6 mtpa and a maximum output at optimal operating conditions of 6.95 mtpa. The facility will also include two 160,000 cbm storage tanks and associated marine facilities.
Annova LNG informed in its filing that the project is currently in the development, engineering, and data-collection phase.
Last month, FERC approved Annova LNG request for the initiation of pre-filing environmental review procedures.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Port of Brownsville