The US’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has prepared a final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Calcasieu Pass LNG Project.
The proposed project would include a new LNG export terminal and 23.4 miles of 42 in. diameter pipeline in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, US. Amongst other infrastructure, the terminal would include the following facilities:
- liquefaction facilities;
- two full-containment LNG aboveground storage tanks, each with a usable capacity of approximately 200 000 m3;
- a 720 MW electric generating plant;
- a marine terminal consisting of a turning basin and LNG carrier berths;
- LNG piping;
- transfer lines;
- loading facilities.
The FERC staff concludes that construction and operation of the project would result in some adverse environmental impacts, but these impacts would be reduced to less-than-significant levels. This determination is based on a review of the information provided by Venture Global LNG Inc. and TransCameron Pipeline LLC and further developed from data requests; field investigations; scoping; literature research; alternatives analyses; and contacts with the federal, state, and local agencies, Native American tribes, and other stakeholders.
To view the principal reasons for this determination, visit FERC’s website.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/23102018/ferc-issues-final-eis-for-calcasieu-pass-lng-project/
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