Energy technology company Baker Hughes will supply gas compression technology and equipment to Texas LNG, a four million tonnes per annum liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal to be constructed in the Port of Brownsville, Texas.
A subsidiary of Glenfarne Energy Transition, Texas LNG is expected to close its project financing in 2024, with construction commencing shortly after. The first LNG exports from the site are expected in 2027/2028.
Playing an integral role in the site, Baker Hughes will help facilitate Texas LNG’s “green by design” approach, which hopes to use locally produced renewable energy to power the facility and drive its motors.
In turn, this will allow the site to eliminate most carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from less than half of a typical LNG export facility. Texas LNG says this will make it one of the lowest-emitting liquefaction facilities in the world.
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