With three export terminal projects in the wheelhouse, Va.-based Venture Global LNG focuses its investments exclusively in the Bayou State with modular-designed, mid-scale liquefaction processing plants that are considered less risky and require less time to construct. The company’s proposed Plaquemines LNG Terminal, which will be located on the La., Gulf Coast, has now received federal approval to begin initial site work of the more than 600-acre location that will include 18 integrated single-mixed refrigerant blocks, four LNG storage tanks, three loading docks, and power generation facilities.
Venture Global LNG
Venture Global LNG is a long-term, low-cost producer of North American liquified natural gas (LNG). Our three export facilities, Calcasieu Pass, Plaquemines LNG and Delta LNG, will supply the world’s growing demand for low-cost, clean and reliable North American energy.
Upon completion in 2023, the Plaquemines export terminal will produce 24 MTPA of LNG. The $8.5 billion project also includes construction of two pipelines that will interconnect with existing interstate pipelines to feed natural gas to the plant. Venture Global has signed long-term sale and purchase agreements with Polish Oil & Gas Company and Electricite de France. The company’s two other terminal projects include Calcasieu Pass in Cameron Parish, La., which will produce 10 MTPA of LNG, and the Delta LNG terminal located on a 540-acre site on the Mississippi River, south of New Orleans.
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