Technip Awarded FEED Contract for Mississippi LNG Terminal
Technip has been awarded, by Gulf LNG Energy LLC, a design-phase contract for a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal. The contract covers the front end engineering (FEED) of the terminal, which is planned to be located in Pascagoula, Mississippi, USA.
The project includes a new marine dock capable of handling 250,000 m3 LNG tankers, the unloading system, 2 full containment storage tanks each with 160,000 m3 capacity and the sendout system capable of a daily rate of 1.5 billion cubic feet.
The project will be subject to the complex permitting process in
force in the United States. Pending the results of this process, Gulf
LNG Energy hopes to begin construction in 2006 with the commissioning
of the terminal slated for mid-2009. The project represents an overall
total investment estimated at more than USD 450 million.
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