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SWG-2013-00147 - Freeport LNG Development, L.P. - Brazoria County

Published Oct. 29, 2013
Expiration date: 12/2/2013

Full Public Notice     Project Plans    Mitigation Plans

Freeport LNG proposes to construct and operate natural gas liquefaction facilities (Liquefaction Plant) at, and adjacent to, its existing Quintana Island Terminal to convert domestically produced pipeline natural gas into liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export under the Liquefaction Project.  In addition, Freeport LNG proposes to build a third LNG storage tank, a second LNG berthing dock, and LNG transfer pipelines at the Terminal to support the export operation and enhance current operations under the Phase II and Phase II Modification Projects.  Beyond Quintana Island, Freeport LNG proposes to construct and operate natural gas pretreatment facilities (Pretreatment Plant) and construct a network of underground pipelines and utility lines (Pipeline/Utility Line System).  The proposed pipelines would carry natural gas (including boil-off gas), nitrogen, and natural gas liquids, whereas the utility lines would consist of an underground water line and a fiber optic cable system, along with overhead electric transmission lines.