Commitment to Community

Commitment to Community

Hiring Local

From facility construction, to module fabrication and gas supply, our project is Louisiana made.

Venture Global believes in investing in the communities where we operate. For example, the firm participated in a local vendor fair, hosted by the Parish in October 2015. When it comes to construction and long-term jobs our policy is to hire qualified, local companies and individuals. If you are interested in working with Venture Global during the construction phase, please complete a vendor questionnaire.

The liquefaction units used in the Calcaseiu Pass facility are expected to be fabricated in New Iberia, Lousiana.

Calcasieu Pass is committed to being a good neighbor in Cameron Parish. We believe in open, proactive and ongoing consultation with the community, its leaders and other stakeholders.

To demonstrate that commitment to community and environment, Venture Global has held public hearings and made multiple presentations with representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), for local residents and community officials to voice concerns and ask questions about the impact of the proposed project. On Dec. 11, 2014, the project team hosted an open house in Cameron Parish. Nearly 100 members of the community attended the open house to learn more about the project and the regulatory process. The Calcasieu Pass team garnered valuable feedback from stakeholders, including elected officials, landowners and local businesses from the community. Further, in February of 2015 FERC hosted a public comment meeting where Venture Global received valuable community feedback.

As a result of the Venture Global’s involvement with the community, elected officials have expressed full support for the project: