Beacon Port LNG Terminal
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • Beacon Port was planned to consist of two concrete gravity-based LNG storage tanks, regasification equipment, docking platforms and other unloading and operational equipment.
  • Beacon Port was to send gas to the mainland through 46 miles of new pipeline and a riser platform that will connect to existing pipelines approximately 29 miles south-southeast of Johnson's Bayou, La.
  • Existing pipelines were to bring the gas to shore.

Technical Details

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Ongoing Projects/Project Status

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  • 2005 - Deepwater port application filed
  • 2006 - Project cancelled

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Relevant Links

  1. Marad, Withdrawn and Disapproved Applications
  2. ConocoPhillips Submits Application for New Offshore LNG Terminal

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