Tellurian is seeking investors to pay a total of $ 12 billion up front to fund the proposed Driftwood LNG export terminal in Louisiana. In return, they get a stake in the project and the ability to buy fuel at cost moving forward, with no markup based on a changing marketplace.
Engineering company Bechtel announced today it has successfully converted natural gas from coal seams into liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the second production train at the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) facility in Australia.
Bechtel will supply coker technology for the Rijeka refinery in Urinj, Croatia. Site operator INA Industrija Nafte will use Bechtel’s Thru Plus coking technology, a proprietary process for upgrading heavy oil into high-value, light hydrocarbon liquids, for its new delayed coking unit complex.
Bechtel and Linde offer joint services on the American market: their new cooperation for ethylene projects in the state operates from Bechtel's Houston office. Both companies expect to profit from recent shale gas boom.