Elba Island LNG plant moves closer to production
Kinder Morgan’s Elba Island LNG plant in Georgia has received federal approval to introduce feed gas into the first of its 10 LNG trains. The move brings the facility closer to production by the end of the quarter, with a 2.5m tonnes per annum capacity expected when fully operational
Originally built to import LNG, Elba Island will host a 2.5m tonne per annum liquefaction plant and export terminal when completed
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