Crown Landing LNG Terminal
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  • This project has been cancelled

Summary Information

Brief Description

  • Crown Landing LNG was to have a daily send-out capacity of 1.2 billion cubic feet and a short-term peaking capability of up to 1.4bcf/d.
  • Facilities were to include three 150,000 cubic meter (3.5bcf) storage tanks with nitrogen injection for blending and flexibility; and a pier designed to dock ships with capacities of up to 200,000m3.
  • The terminal was to be able to connect to major pipeline systems serving the Northeast.

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: 3 * 150,000 cubic meter
  • Unloading capacity: Ships with capacities of up to 200,000m3
  • Send out capacity: 1.4bcf/d
  • Constructor:

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers: Primarily from Atlantic LNG Terminal
  • Customers: major pipeline systems serving the Northeast

History

  • 2003 - BP launched the project
  • 2006 - FERC staff issues Crown Landing LNG Final Environmental Impact Statement
  • 2009 - Hess acquires project from BP
  • 2012 - Project is cancelled

Other Information

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Relevant Links

  1. BP Announces Plans For US East Coast LNG Import Terminal
  2. BP Crown Landing, LLC and Texas Eastern Transmission, LP; Notice of Additional Scoping Meeting for the Proposed Crown Landing LNG and Logan Lateral Projects
  3. Company pulls out of LNG project
  4. FERC staff issues Crown Landing LNG and Logan Lateral inal Environmental Impact Statement
  5. Hess considers changes in crown landing lng project

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