Port Arthur LNG
Project Expansion (Phase II)

Port Arthur LNG’s Expansion Project (Phase II) would expand the liquefaction-export project in Jefferson County, Texas with two additional liquefaction trains (Trains 3 and 4) capable of producing, under optimal conditions, and additional 13.5 million tons per annum (Mtpa) of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Port Arthur LNG’s Phase II will help meet future demand for U.S. LNG supplies expected to serve European, Asian and other global markets.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in April 2019 approved the initial two-train Port Arthur LNG project (Phase I). The Phase II Expansion Project is expected to increase Port Arthur LNG’s export capability to a total aggregate of approximately 27 Mtpa. LNG produced from Phase 2 will be stored and exported using storage tanks and marine facilities approved as part of the Port Arthur LNG Phase I. Phase II’s liquefaction trains and ancillary equipment will be located within the Port Arthur LNG property currently authorized by FERC.

Port Arthur LNG Phase 2, if approved, will create additional jobs, support small business and provide economic benefits for years to come.

Project Schedule

  • June 2019: Filed Request to Initiate FERC Pre-Filing Review Process
  • October 2019: Filed Draft Resource Reports
  • February 2020: Filed NGA Section 7(c) Application

Proposed

  • January 2021: FERC Authorization Expected
  • May 2021: Final Investment Decision
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