Providing Asia and other Pacific Basin markets access to U.S. natural gas from North America’s Pacific Coast.

Sempra Infrastructure, IEnova, Sempra’s subsidiary in Mexico, and TotalEnergies are adding natural gas liquefaction capabilities to the Energia Costa Azul (ECA) LNG receipt, storage and regasification terminal, located north of Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico. Given its strategic location in Mexico’s West Coast, the project is geographically positioned to connect Asia, Pacific Basin and international LNG markets as well as potential markets on the west coast of Mexico to abundant natural gas supplies of the U.S. western states.

Highlights


ECA LNG was the only LNG-export project in the world to have reached FID in 2020


ECA LNG Phase 1 will be a single-train liquefaction facility with a nameplate capacity of 3.25 Mtpa of LNG and an initial offtake capacity of approximately 2.5 Mtpa of LNG


ECA LNG Phase 1 has definitive 20-year sale and purchase agreements with TotalEnergies and Mitsui & Co., Ltd. for the purchase of a combined 2.5 Mtpa of LNG

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