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Pointe LNG requests FERC pre-file review for Louisiana LNG export facility

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Pointe LNG LLC has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to initiate pre-filing review for the Pointe’s proposed LNG liquefaction and export facility to be located in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, US.

The facility is to have an initial export capacity of 6 million tpy and will be designed using three 2 million tpy modular trains provided by CHART's IPSMR®+ LNG liquefaction technology. In 2014, a significant portion of the site was previously reviewed by FERC in connection with a previously proposed LNG export terminal project.

Assuming that various contingencies are satisfied, including Pointe LNG's  receipt of financing and all necessary permits and approvals, such that it reaches a final investment decision, construction is expected to begin in 1Q21 with initial operations expected in 1Q25.

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