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Cameron LNG Project Commences Production in Louisiana

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Total entered the Cameron LNG project through the acquisition of Engie’s upstream LNG business in 2018.
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Total entered the Cameron LNG project through the acquisition of Engie’s upstream LNG business in 2018. (Source: Deposit Photos)

With a capacity of 13.5 mtpa, the first phase of the project comprises three LNG trains of 4.5 mtpa each. The LNG project also enabled Total to strengthen its position in the US LNG market and will assist the company to integrate along the gas value chain in the country.

Paris/France – The Cameron LNG project has achieved first liquefied natural gas (LNG) production from train 1. The project will begin exports in the coming weeks. “The start-up of the LNG production marks an important milestone for the Cameron LNG project. This achievement is the result of work carried out by all of the teams and project partners. Total’s commitment to Cameron LNG and its expansion is in line with our strategy to continue building a strong position in the US LNG market. With Cameron LNG start-up, we will achieve our target of being integrated along the gas value chain in the US since we are already a gas producer in the country”, commented Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Total.

Total entered the Cameron LNG project through the acquisition of Engie’s upstream LNG business in 2018. Phase 1 of the Cameron LNG project of 13.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) capacity includes three LNG trains of 4.5 Mtpa each. Construction is ongoing for trains 2 and 3 with first production expected by the turn of the year and mid-2020 respectively.

The project is operated by Cameron LNG jointly owned by Sempra Energy (50.2 %), Total (16.6 %), Mitsui & Co. (16. 6%) and Mitsubishi/NYK (16.6 %).

In addition, the Cameron LNG co-owners are currently discussing a potential expansion of the base project, already authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), that would add two liquefaction trains of 4.5 Mtpa capacity each and two LNG storage tanks.

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