Clough’s US subsidiary, CH-IV completed the engineering and design contract for the Freeport LNG facility, in Texas, USA.
The project involved Pre-FEED services investigating the design and regulatory requirements for converting the existing LNG import terminal to a world class LNG production and export facility. This was followed by the award of the Balance of Plant FEED for the 13.4 MPTA 3 train liquefaction facility, then followed by the entire Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) FEED for a new train (IV).
The project also involved the EPC services for a grassroots LNG condensate terminal with five high pressure storage bullets, condensate loading pumps and truck loading bays, flare, thermal oxidizer, emergency generator, power management system, fire protection systems.
The project allowed for an increased production capacity of a five million tons of LNG per year, increasing the total export capacity of the Freeport facility to twenty million tons of LNG per year.