PROVEN LOW COST APPROACH
Fully constructed, the Delta LNG liquefaction facility will include thirty-six 0.626 MTPA liquefaction trains, configured in eighteen blocks, four 200,000 cubic meter full containment LNG storage tanks, three marine loading berths for ocean-going vessels, and 1,240 megawatts of efficient, combined cycle, on-site power generation. Delta LNG will utilize the same modular, mid-scale configuration being successfully implemented by Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass project in Cameron, Louisiana. This strategy results in competitive construction costs and maximizes operational reliability.
MODERN STATE OF THE ART PLANT
Delta LNG’s design minimizes environmental impact and maximizes safety and operational reliability. Examples include the Project’s use of air cooling and best available control technology for the combined cycle power plant, the full containment design of the LNG storage tanks, and the multi-block liquefaction configuration that also facilitates the high availability and reliability of the project.
The Delta LNG terminal site is located near Mile 54 of the Mississippi River and has approximately 3,100 feet of river frontage with easy access to the Gulf of Mexico. As validated by our marine simulations with local river pilot organizations, the Mississippi River is sufficiently wide at this location to allow LNG carriers to safely maneuver and turn as they call upon the Project. Further, the substantial water depth at the terminal means that no dredging will be required.