October 2013, Vol. 240 No. 10

Features

LNG Export Terminal Creates Onshore, Underwater Pipeline Needs

United LNG, an LNG export company converting an offshore import terminal to export LNG, expects to require 300 miles of pipeline to serve the facility’s projected 4 BCF/d capacity once fully functional, according to Director Eric Saenz. Speaking to the National Association of Pipe Coating Applicators (NAPCA) in Houston on Aug. 15, Saenz outlined a plan in which the offshore facility would connect to an underwater pipeline reaching 16 miles into the Gulf of Mexico to the Main Pass Energy Hub, United’s proposed terminal. Citing a current infrastructure capacity of 3.3 BCF/d, Saenz said the company expected the build phase for the project to last five years and consis

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