Sempra joins forces with Japanese consortium to develop e-natural gas and LNG supply chain


Sempra Infrastructure has teamed-up with a group of Japanese companies to assess the development of an international supply chain for e-natural gas, a synthetic gas produced from renewable hydrogen and carbon dioxide (CO2).

The Sempra subsidiary has teamed up with Tokyo Gas Company, Osaka Gas Company, Toho Gas Company, and Mitsubishi Corporation to evaluate the possibility of developing the project in the US Gulf Coast.

If approved, the project could produce 13,000 tonnes of e-natural gas per year that would be liquefied to become liquefied e-natural gas at Mitsubishi Corporation’s tolling capacity at the Cameron LNG terminal in Southwest Louisiana.

The proposed project could also include the production or procurement of green hydrogen, as well as the construction of facilities to produce e-natural gas.

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