Category Archives: Elba Island

Elba Island Moving Ahead

Fourth Unit to Begin Production (Reuters) Kinder Morgan Inc asked FERC for permission to put the fourth liquefaction train in service at its nearly $2 billion Elba Island LNG export plant in Georgia. KM has said it expects one 0.3 mtpa LNG train to enter service about each month through the summer of 2020 when […]

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First Cargo Ships from Elba Island

Elba Island: First Cargo Shipped (Chron) Sergio Chapa: A Greek-flagged LNG tanker named Maran Gas Lindos left Kinder Morgan’s Elba Island LNG plant in Savannah, Georgia, on Friday evening (Dec. 13) with the facility’s first export shipment. Both Kinder Morgan and its partner in the project, the European oil major Royal Dutch Shell, are remaining […]

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Elba Island Commercial Service

First Train Begins Commercial Service Elba Liquefaction Co.– a joint venture between Kinder Morgan and EIG Global Energy Partners — has announced the commercial in-service of the first of ten liquefaction units of the ~$2 billion project. According to KM, progress is also being made on the remaining nine units. Start-up activities are underway on […]

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Elba Island Start Approved

Kinder Morgan Approved to Start Commercial Service (S&P Global Platts) Harry Weber (Sept. 30): FERC has given the go-ahead to KM to place the first train at its Georgia export terminal into commercial service, amid consistent LNG production at the facility over the last two weeks. However, no commissioning cargoes have shipped, and it remained […]

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