Yokogawa nets contract for Freeport LNG export project

Yokogawa Corporation of America, the North American subsidiary of Yokogawa Electric, said Monday it has won a contract from Freeport LNG for its liquefaction and export project located on Quintana Island in Texas.

Under the order, Yokogawa will be providing analyzer systems and shelters for Freeport LNG’s liquefaction facility and pre-treatment facility.

The total order value is $15 million, which currently includes only the first two liquefaction trains, Yokogawa said.

Freeport LNG, led by Michael Smith, Chairman and CEO, is constructing liquefaction infrastructure at the existing import terminal to export about 13.9 mtpa of LNG.

The feed gas will be sourced from the interconnecting intrastate pipeline systems through Freeport LNG’s existing Stratton Ridge meter station.

The first two trains are expected to commence operations by September 2018 and February 2019, respectively, with the third train expected to be in operation approximately six months following the second train, according to Freeport LNG.

 

LNG World News Staff

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