Located in Texas in the US, the Freeport I regasification terminal is operated by Freeport LNG Development. The terminal started operations in 2008 and is owned by Freeport LNG Investments, LLLP, Global Infrastructure Partners, and Osaka Gas.
With a storage capacity of 0.15 million tons (Mt), the Freeport I terminal currently has a regasification capacity of 730bcf/annum (billion cubic feet), which is expected remain the same as 730bcf/annum by 2030.
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About Freeport LNG Development
Freeport LNG Development LP (Freeport LNG) is an oil and gas company that designs, builds, and operates LNG receiving and re-gasification terminals. The company offers gasification services such as LNG terminal development, storage and re-gasification. It provides LNG receiving facility, LNG storage, vaporization facility, docking facilities, and associated piping and equipment, among others. Freeport LNG operates vacuum insulated LNG transfer lines, gas storage facility and boil-off gas reliquefaction system. The company also manages electric LNG liquefaction in North America with an all-electric compression motor drive solution. It operates through its terminal located in Quintana, the US. The company has operations in China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Spain, Korea and France. Freeport LNG is headquartered in Houston, Texas, the US.
Information on the terminal is sourced from GlobalData’s LNG regasification database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, large – scale LNG regasification terminals globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.