Louisiana LNG Energy has filed with FERC a draft Resource Reports as part of FERC’s National Environmental Policy Act pre-filing review process for LLNGE’s proposed Mississippi River LNG export terminal.
LLNG Energy submitted draft resource reports No. 10, a general project’s description and 4 representing alternatives. The request to begin the NEPA pre-filing review process was approved on July 18.
The Company has secured a +/- 200 acre site on the Mississippi River downstream from the Port of New Orleans near mile marker 46.
Louisiana LNG Energy proposes to construct four liquefaction trains, each with production capacity of 74,380 Mcf per day, for a total annual capacity of 100 Bcf, or 2 million metric tons of LNG per annum, and two 100,000 cbm storage tanks. The company also proposes to construct LNG truck loading and marine terminal facilities.
The project is expected to be in service in the second quarter of 2018.
LNG World News Staff, August 20, 2014; Image: Louisiana LNG Energy