Third train at the Cameron LNG project will soon enter commercial service
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently signed off on a request from Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG of Louisiana’s third and final train, which signals a startup of commercial output by the third quarter of this year. This train began physical production in May, completing the total export capacity of all three trains with 12 million tons per year.
The completion of this project is one of the last U.S. LNG export facilities expected to take planned trains online this year as so many projects have been delayed due to coronavirus affected cargo cancellations and lagging demand for LNG. Cameron LNG has also been planning a potential fourth and fifth train at this site, but earlier in 2020 this plan was extended into May 2026 under a FERC extension plan.
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From the April 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing