Edit ModuleShow Tags

Proposed Chevron LNG Plant Clears First Hurdle


Published:

ChevronTexaco Corp. is set to clear the first hurdle in its bid to build a $650 million offshore LNG terminal off Mexico's Pacific coast. Construction could begin as early as April.

Mexico's Energy Regulating Commission expects to award Chevron a permit to build a plant near the Coronado Islands, 8 miles off the Baja California coast. Chevron still needs to obtain environmental and land use permits for construction of the facility, which is expected to have a capacity of 700 MMcfd.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Recent Articles

EN 15267-3 Tested, Gasmet Approved

Gasmet Technologies’ CEMS II e continuous emissions monitoring system has completed EN 15267-3 testing.

MTU Maintenance Extends Statoil Contract

MTU Maintenance has extended its contract with Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil for its GE (LM series) industrial gas turbines.

To Russia With Compressors

GE Oil & Gas announced that it will supply UEC-Gas Turbines JSC with three compressor trains equipped with its HPRC units, which include gearboxes and dry gas seal consoles.

Doyle To Aid Shale Play Efforts In Pennsylvania

Huntley & Huntley, an oil and natural gas reserve producer, has hired M. Christopher Doyle to lead its development and expansion efforts of its Marcellus and emerging core Utica plays in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Air Liquide’s Texas Footprint Grows

Air Liquide has completed upgrades of its Texas complex in the Bayport Industrial District, which sits east of Houston.