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

Port Arthur LNG Phase 1, which is currently under construction, represents a $13 billion investment in new energy infrastructure in Texas that will stimulate local, regional, and national economies by creating U.S. jobs, supporting small businesses and strengthening the U.S. natural gas sector’s leadership position as a reliable partner in building energy security worldwide.

The natural gas liquefaction and export terminal in Jefferson County, Texas has direct access to the Gulf of Mexico via the Sabine-Neches ship channel. The Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 facility is designed to include two natural gas liquefaction trains, two liquified natural gas (LNG) storage tanks and associated facilities with a nameplate capacity of approximately 13 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa).

Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 is a joint venture project between Sempra Infrastructure and ConocoPhillips and has long term, fully subscribed capacity with ConocoPhillips, RWE Supply and Trading, PKN Orlen S.S., INEOS and Engie S.A.

The expected commercial operation dates for Train 1 and Train 2 are 2027 and 2028, respectively.


Recibió la autorización de la Comisión Federal Reguladora de Energía de Estados Unidos (FERC, por sus siglas en inglés) para ubicar, construir y operar una terminal de licuefacción y exportación de gas natural en mayo de 2019.

Anuncio de la Decisión de Inversión Final para la Fase 1 en marzo de 2023.

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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.