The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released an update of its review of Louisiana Liquefied Natural Gas Energy’s proposed Mississippi River LNG export project in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.
FERC informed that currently it is reviewing LNGE’s draft resource reports. According to the commission’s statement, Louisiana LNGE is currently preparing a second set of draft resource reports to support the project design that will be filed before the application.
Project will have a 2 mtpa of LNG initial annual capacity, two 100,000 cbm storage tanks, dock capable of loading vessels up to 175,000 cbm and an on-site power generation capacity for up to 240 MW.
Louisiana LNGE plans to file its application for the project in mid-2015.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Louisiana LNGE