Eagle LNG partners has received the final environmental impact statement from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build the Jacksonville LNG export facility.
This is the final step in the environmental review process before the final federal authorization decision deadline and anticipated FERC approval of the project.
The facility will initially consist of three liquefaction trains, which, at full build-out, will be capable of producing up to 1.65 million gallons of LNG per day, around one million tonnes per annum.
Sean Lalani, president of Eagle LNG, says: 'Achieving this critical milestone is a significant step forward for Eagle's Jacksonville LNG export facility.
'The Jacksonville LNG export facility, with its prime Florida east coast location, will give us a unique and competitive advantage in helping provide some of the lowest-cost power generation for nearby Caribbean countries.'
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