Elliott Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ebara Corporation, has won a contract to supply cryogenic rotating equipment for Sempra Infrastructure’s Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 project in Jefferson County, Texas.
Awarded by Bechtel Energy, the contract includes the supply of cryogenic pumps, expanders, boil-off gas compressors, and end flash gas compressions.
Elliott Group has also been contracted to perform the detailed engineering, procurement, construction, commission, start-up, performance test, and operator training activities for the LNG development.
Don Binda, New Apparatus Senior Sales Engineer at Elliott Group, said he is excited to be a part of the project, which will provide US LNG to customers.
“Over the years, Elliott Group has contributed to many innovations in LNG service and has been a key partner for some of the largest LNG projects throughout the world,” Binda added.
Port Arthur LNG is a proposed natural gas liquefaction and export terminal with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.
The Phase 1 proposed project facilities will include up to two natural gas liquefaction trains with a capacity of up to approximately 13.5 million tonnes per annum, and new natural gas pipelines to deliver natural gas to the terminal.
Expected commercial operation dates for Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 Train 1 and Train 2 are 2027 and 2028, respectively. Sempra Infrastructure is also evaluating potential carbon capture and/or hydrogen facilities at the site.
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