A next-generation LNG facility with direct access to the Gulf

Port Arthur LNG is a proposed natural gas liquefaction and export terminal in Southeast Texas with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The Phase 1 proposed project facilities are anticipated to include up to two natural gas liquefaction trains capable of producing, under optimal conditions, up to approximately 13.5 mtpa; as well as the construction of new natural gas pipelines to deliver natural gas to the terminal.

Sempra Infrastructure is currently working to implement design changes to reduce the proposed LNG projects' overall emissions, including the potential use of electric drives, renewable power sourcing and other technological solutions.

In response to market interest, we are also evaluating potential carbon capture and/or hydrogen facilities at the Port Arthur LNG site.

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What is LNG?

As a clean-burning alternative to coal, worldwide demand for natural gas is high and will continue to increase as we move toward a greener energy future.

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