March 2005

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ConocoPhillips submitted a construction application to the US Coast Guard for a new offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification facility in the Gulf of Mexico. The proposed Beacon Port Clean E..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

ConocoPhillips submitted a construction application to the US Coast Guard for a new offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification facility in the Gulf of Mexico. The proposed Beacon Port Clean Energy Terminal will be located in federal waters, 56 miles south of the Louisiana mainland. The facility will offload LNG from carriers, store and regasify the LNG, then make the natural gas available through a pipeline system for delivery to consumers. Throughput will be 1.5 billion cfd. Beacon Port will consist of two concrete gravity-based LNG storage tanks, regasification equipment, docking platforms and other unloading and operational equipment. Construction could begin in late 2006 a

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