Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG progressed the construction of its liquefaction and export project in Louisiana during the month of February.
The construction activities included civil works, structural steel erection, fireproofing work, installation of equipment, tanks and piping, electrical and instrument
works, and tie-in works within the existing facility.
At the Train 1 site, the activities included miscellaneous foundation work and area paving, structural steel erection and installation of the above ground and underground piping. It also included the continued fireproofing work in the pipe racks, equipment installation, as well as the installation of cable trays, conduits, junction boxes, instrument panels and duct banks.
South powerhouse testing continued while the installation of the train 1 permanent drainage system started during the month of February, the report filed to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission shows.
Activities planned during March include the continuation of paving and fireproofing, installation of structural steel and piping works and electrical & instrument works.
At the Train 2 site, work continued on the foundations and LNG trench installation as well as steel erection and piping. In addition, installation of the above ground and underground piping, and the installation of cable trays, duct bank, conduit and grounding continued.
Installation of the underground piping also continued at the Train 3 site were foundation works, backfill and compaction as well as paving progresses.
Cameron LNG is a joint venture owned by affiliates of Sempra Energy, Engie, Mitsui & Co. and Japan LNG Investment, a joint venture formed by affiliates of Mitsubishi Corporation and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha.
The first three liquefaction trains currently under construction will have a nameplate capacity of 13.9 million tons per annum. The JV partners are also planning to expand the facility to include up to two additional liquefaction trains raising the project’s capacity to 24.92 Mtpa.
LNG World News Staff