Flint Hills granted non-FTA LNG export permit

Flint Hills granted non-FTA LNG export permit

The United States Department of Energy granted authorization to Flint Hills Resources to export LNG to non-free trade agreement nations from the Stabilis Eagle Ford facility in George West, Texas.

According to the DoE order, Flint Hills Resources, a subsidiary of Koch Industries, was granted a 20-year, multi-contract authorization to export domestically produced LNG in ISO containers or in bulk, in a volume equivalent to approximately 3.62 billion cubic feet per year of natural gas.

ISO containers will be trucked from the Stabilis facility to a port or dock located along the Gulf Coast, where the containers will be loaded onto a barge or ship for export.

Alternatively, Flint Hills states that it will export LNG in bulk, using tanker trucks to transport the LNG from the Stabilis facility directly to a bulk transport barge, a ship, or floating storage for distribution to customers.

The Stabilis plant has the capacity to produce 120,000 gallons of LNG per day and store approximately 270,000 gallons of LNG.

 

LNG World News Staff

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