Shell, Kinder Morgan team up for US LNG exports

OE Staff
Thursday, March 28, 2013

Shell teamed up with Kinder Morgan’s Southern Liquefaction to develop a natural gas liquefaction plant at Southern LNG’s Elba Island terminal near Savannah, Georgia, US. The partners plan to modify the Elba Express Pipeline and the Elba Island LNG Terminal in order to transport natural gas to the terminal and to load the LNG onto ships for export. The total project is expected to produce 2.5mmtpa of LNG.

Categories: Energy North America LNG

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