With a handful of operations already online and four other infrastructure projects in development, Sempra Energy is all about LNG on the La., Gulf Coast. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from San Diego-based Sempra, which now seeks FERC approval to build a salt dome storage terminal near Hackberry, La, with access to five LNG processing plants. Upon completion in 2024, the project also will include converting three existing caverns and developing a fourth. Construction of the facility will include a 4.9-mile lateral that connects the facility to Sempra’s 40-mike Cameron Interstate Pipeline; the 11-mile Hackberry Pipeline that connects to the company’s planned Port Arthur connector; and a 6.2-mile brine disposal pipeline. With a storage capacity of 20.03 BCF of working gas and 5.47 BCF of base gas, the new terminal will be located within 15 miles of pipelines that serve Sabine Pass LNG, Golden Pass LNG, Port Arthur LNG, Calcasieu Pass LNG, and Sempra’s Cameron LNG.