Texas LNG Brownsville is progressing on schedule and will be producing product in 2020


Texas LNG Brownsville is progressing on schedule and will be producing product in 2020.

Texas LNG is planning to build the Brownsville Project in two phases, each with LNG production of 2 million tonnes per annum (MTA). Pending FERC’s final approval to construct the Project, Phase 1 is expected to commence production in 2020. FERC regulates the siting, construction, operation, and maintenance of the physical LNG terminal and related infrastructure.

On May 5th and 6th, 2015, Texas LNG hosted Open Houses in Brownsville and Port Isabel, Texas. Participants included the FERC’s project staff, FERC’s environmental consultant, and the Port of Brownsville. Both events were well attended by elected officials, local government representatives, community leaders, school teachers, students, and other members of the public. An estimated 200 and 150 guests attended the Brownsville and Port Isabel events, respectively.

The Texas LNG team included representatives from Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., Braemar Engineering, NRG, K&L Gates, Greenberg Traurig, and Royston Rayzor. Valuable feedback and information was exchanged during the events.

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