Located in Louisiana in the US, the Cameron Export LNG liquefaction terminal is operated by Cameron LNG. The terminal started operations in 2019 and is owned by Sempra Energy, TotalEnergies, Mitsui, Mitsubishi, and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha.
The Cameron II LNG Liquefaction terminal receives feed gas from Barnett, Haynesville and Eagle Ford shale.
With three trains, the Cameron Export terminal has an LNG production capacity of 14.96Mtpa (million tons per annum), which is expected to increase to 21.71Mtpa by 2030.
Approximately 21.32% of the installed capacity is committed through long-term contracts, which amounts to roughly 3.19Mtpa.
Cameron Export liquefaction plant is undergoing expansion, which will increase the capacity of the facility by 6.75Mtpa.
During the period 2021-2025, the Cameron Export liquefaction plant is expected to witness an estimated capex of $2,035m.
Contractors involved in the liquefaction plant
Some of the key contractors for the upcoming expansion at the Cameron Export LNG liquefaction plant include the following.
Design/FEED: Bechtel Energy, JGC Holdings, Zachry Industrial.
About Cameron LNG
Cameron LNG LLC (Cameron LNG) develops liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility. The company offers natural gas liquefaction and regasification services. Cameron LNG’s liquefaction facility is located outside of the southwest Louisiana town of Hackberry along the boundary between Calcasieu and Cameron Parish. Cameron LNG also has liquefaction trains for processing and uses ships for supplying its products across the world. In addition, the company develops regasification facility to market the LNG supplies on Calcasieu ship channel. It works in partnership with Sempra LNG, Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsui and Co., NYK Line and TotalEnergies companies. Cameron LNG is headquartered in Houston, Texas, the US.
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