Sempra Infrastructure is developing the Port Arthur LNG export project, a next-generation liquefaction facility in Jefferson County, Texas that would provide abundant, clean, reliable and affordable U.S. natural gas to world markets.

The proposed Port Arthur LNG project is expected to include two natural gas liquefaction trains and LNG storage tanks, as well as associated facilities capable of producing, under optimal conditions, up to approximately 13.5 Mtpa of LNG, enabling the export of approximately 11 Mtpa of LNG on a long-term basis.

Port Arthur LNG received Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approval in April 2019 and has requested FERC to initiate the pre-filing review for a potential expansion of the proposed Port Arthur LNG export project, which would add two liquefaction trains for a total export capacity of approximately 22 Mtpa of LNG.

Sempra Infrastructure is currently revising design changes to reduce the proposed LNG projects' overall emissions, including electric drives, renewable power sourcing and other technological solutions. In response to market interest, the company is evaluating potential carbon capture and/or hydrogen facilities at the Port Arthur LNG site.

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