Please take notice that on January 18, 2022, Cameron LNG, LLC (“Cameron LNG”) filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“Commission”) an application to amend its authorization pursuant to Section 3 of the Natural Gas Act (“NGA”). Cameron LNG is seeking a limited amendment to the existing authorization issued by the Commission on May 5, 2016, in Docket No. CP15-560-000 to site, construct, and operate facilities to provide additional natural gas processing, storage, and liquefaction capability (“Amended Expansion Project”) located in Cameron and Calcasieu Parishes, Louisiana at the site of the existing LNG terminal facilities previously approved by the Commission. The proposed Amended Expansion Project will include design enhancements of one liquefaction train (Train 4), that will include the use of electric drives to replace the Frame 7 Gas Turbine drives, and tie-ins to allow optionality of carbon sequestration of the acid gas from Train 4. The production capacity of the Amended Expansion Project will be reduced from 9.97 MTPA to 6.75 with its own feed gas pre-treatment facility. Construction of the Amended Expansion Project will occur on the property owned by Cameron LNG.
Cameron LNG is seeking authorization from the Commission to construct the Amended Expansion Project facilities by January 18, 2023, so that the Amened Expansion Project may be constructed and placed into service by the end of the third quarter of 2027.
The Commission has assigned docket number CP22-41-000 to the application for the Amended Expansion Project. The application is on file with the Commission and available for public inspection. A map showing the general location of the proposed facilities is available online at – www.cameronlng.com/expansion/.
More specific descriptions of the nature and location of Cameron LNG’s proposed new facilities are set forth in the application, as filed with the Commission and available for public inspection. The Commission has published a pamphlet, “An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land?,” describing among other things, the FERC pipeline approval process and outlining the rights of landowners. The pamphlet is accessible on the Commission’s website at https://www.ferc.gov/resources/guides/gas/gas.pdf.
An electronic version of the application is available for viewing and download within the eLibrary portal on the Commission’s website at www.ferc.gov. The application is also available for public viewing at the following locations:
Cameron Parish Public Library (Grand Lake Branch)
10200 Gulf Highway
Lake Charles LA 70607
Calcasieu Parish Public Library
301 West Claude Street
Lake Charles LA 70605
In addition, information regarding the Application may be obtained by contacting the following person:
Michael Taylor
Manager – Permitting &
On behalf of Cameron LNG, LLC
1500 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 1000
Houston, Texas 77056
Direct: (281) 630-2187
Questions about the rights of landowners or other interested parties regarding the Application may be addressed by visiting the Commission’s internet website (www.ferc.gov) or by calling the Commission’s Office of External Affairs at 866-208-3372 (toll free). Cameron LNG will be mailing to each identified landowner and governmental entities a separate, more detailed notice and description of the Application.
RUN: Jan. 27, Feb. 3 (J 20)