The project facilities are scheduled to be placed in service October 2006.
Provided the necessary approvals are received, it is expected the facility will be in service in late 2010.
Tepco will purchase 1.5 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas a year.
For week ending Wednesday, November 3, 2004
EIA reports that there are currently 20 projects currently before regulatory authorities
Phillip D. Wright will become senior vp of company's natural gas pipeline business
The new tank, with delivery scheduled for April 2007, will be utilized for the fifth LNG train to be built by CMS&A.
Pipeline consultant J. P. Kenny, a subsidiary of energy services company Wood Group, has secured two engineering contracts worth £2.4 million.
The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the United States rose by one the week of October 25 -29, to 1,251.