Project Snapshot
Corpus Christi LNG
Facility Type: LNG
Scope: New Construction
Owner: Cheniere Energy, Inc
Location: Corpus Christi, Texas  United States
Region: North America
Modified:  August 13, 2010
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Project description

Owned by Cheniere Energy, Corpus Christi LNG Terminal will be located on 612 acres on the northern coast of the Corpus Christi Bay, along the La Quinta Ship Channel. The terminal will be located 14 miles from the open water with two berths large enough to accommodate the Qmax class vessel.

Corpus Christi LNG will construct and operate an LNG terminal to import, store and vaporize approximately 2.6 billion cubic feet of LNG per day. The terminal is expected to have a turning basin and two protected berths, three 160,000-m3 LNG tanks capable of storing 10.1 Bcf with a maximum continuous gas rate of 2.6 Bcf/d, and vaporization and send-out facilities. Corpus Christi LNG plans to have three dedicated tugs stationed at the terminal to receive and unload up to 300 LNG vessels per year.

In addition, Cheniere Pipeline Company will construct and operate a 23-mile, 48-inch diameter pipeline that extends from the proposed terminal that will connect with various pipelines. These include Texas Eastern Transmission, Gulf South Pipeline, Channel Pipeline, Florida Gas Transmission, Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline, Transcontinental Gas Pipeline, Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America and Tennessee Gas Pipeline0.

As of early August 2010, FERC reported that the project had been approved but was not under construction.

  Key Stats
Year Constructed:
2010
Major units:
Two berths, three 160,000 m3 LNG tanks capable of storing 10.1 Bcf with a maximum continuous regasification rate of 2.6 Bcf/d, vaporization facilities, send-out facilities
Products:
LNG
Post-project processing capacity:
2.6 billion cubic feet per day
  Related Articles
Corpus Christi LNG Terminal, Project Gets Environmental Nod
Mar 07, 2005 - FERC late Friday gave final environmental clearance to Cheniere Energy's proposed import liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and associated pipeline facilities in Corpus Christi, TX, putting them one step away from being approved.



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