Baker Hughes, a GE company Awarded Contract and Granted Notice to Proceed by Venture Global LNG for Calcasieu Pass Project
- BHGE to deliver
Liquefied Natural Gas(LNG) liquefaction train system, power island system and field support services
- Plant-wide solution is built on BHGE’s highly-efficient and reliable modular compression technology
- LNG project brings adoption of cleaner energy through global gas solutions
The final notice to proceed (FNTP) follows Venture Global’s Final Investment Decision and Financial Close for
“By providing innovative LNG technology solutions to projects such as Calcasieu Pass, BHGE is continuing to help unlock the potential of natural gas. We are proud to be a strategic partner for such an innovative and important project for the U.S. LNG market,” said
Venture Global co-CEOs'
Under the contract, BHGE will provide an LNG liquefaction train system (LTS) with 18 modularized compression trains across nine "blocks," for a total nameplate capacity of 10 million tonnes per annum (MTPA). The modularized system offers a “plug and play” approach that enables faster installation and lower construction and operational costs. These modules will be manufactured, assembled, tested and transported from BHGE’s state-of-the-art plants in
The 10 MTPA nameplate Calcasieu Pass facility will employ a comprehensive process solution from BHGE that utilizes mid-scale, modular, factory-fabricated liquefaction trains. Venture Global has executed an integrated turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract with Kiewit to design, engineer, construct, commission, test and guarantee the Calcasieu Pass facility.
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