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Summary Information

Brief Description

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Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: 2 -160,000 cu. m. double containment tanks
  • Unloading capacity:
  • Send out capacity: 1 BCFD
  • Constructor: Aker: Conceptual siting / Capacity studies, LNG front end engineering design (FEED)

Onshore LNG storage facilities / EPC construction, Onshore regasification terminal engineering, procurement and construction, Completions service

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Ongoing Projects/Project Status

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers:
  • Customers: The terminal was to supply the power station on the adjacent site


  • 2003 - Project Kick-Off
  • 2004 - Initiated NEPA Process
  • 2004 - FERC Application Filed
  • 2005 - FERC awards EIS approval
  • 2007 - Aker solutions awarded FEED contract
  • 2008 - Aker removes the contract from their backlog after not receiving notice to proceed

Other Information

  • The project is unique in two ways. First, Ingleside proposes to include a natural gas liquids recovery unit in the design of the terminal. The unit will enable the company to remove a portion of the higher British thermal unit gas components, such as ethane, propane, and butane, from the gas stream for sale into the liquids market, thus expanding the project's output to a wider range of potential customers.
  • Further, Ingleside plans to use waste heat from Occidental Chemical's existing chemical facility to vaporize the LNG. Ingleside estimates that using this heat source for the vaporization process will conserve 16 million cubic feet of gas per day that otherwise would have to be burned to gasify LNG. Further, up to 2 million gallons per day of fresh water would be conserved by using the "waste cold" from the LNG to service the cooling needs of the chemical plant.

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