Jan 27 (LNGJ) – The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has prepared a final supplemental environmental impact statement for the Magnolia LNG project proposed for Lake Charles in Louisiana, which has a deal to export shipments to Vietnam. The Magnolia project, owned by Australian-listed LNG Ltd, requested authorization to increase capacity at the previously authorized project from 8 million metric tonnes per annum to 8.8 MTPA.
“The increased production capacity would be achieved through the optimization of Magnolia LNG’s final design, including additional and modified process equipment,” the FERC noted. “With the incorporation of the mitigation measures identified in the supplemental EIS, staff concluded the LNG terminal design would include acceptable layers of protection or safeguards,” it added.Previous:
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