FERC has issued an order authorizing Port Arthur LNG, LLC (Port Arthur LNG) and Port Arthur Pipeline, LLC to construct and operate a liquefaction and LNG export terminal in Port Arthur, Texas. The LNG export terminal will consist of, among other things, two liquefaction trains with a total production capacity of approximately 13.5 million metric tons per annum (MTPA) of LNG, marine terminal facilities, and an interconnected feeder gas pipeline. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has issued an order authorizing Port Arthur LNG to export, over a 20-year term, up to the equivalent 698 Bcf/yr of domestically produced LNG by vessel from the proposed Port Arthur LNG terminal to nations without a Free Trade Agreement with the United States.
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