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LNG facility permits.

The Environmental Protection Agency recently issued air and water permits for Port Pelican LLC's 1.6 Bcf/d Port Pelican project, an offshore deepwater LNG facility to be located 37 miles off Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico. The terminal is slated to start up in 2007. The Port Pelican development will consist of an LNG ship receiving terminal, LNG storage and regasification facilities, and pipeline interconnection to existing offshore infrastructure to deliver natural gas into the interstate gas pipeline network via the Henry Hub. Port Pelican, a subsidiary of ChevronTexaco, received a Deepwater Port License from the Maritime Administration to construct, own and operate the facility last year.
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Title Annotation:Offshore Review
Author:Tubb, Rita
Publication:Pipeline & Gas Journal
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2004
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