July 2007

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HPIn LNG: New standard for fire and corrosion protection

In September 2005, Phase I construction began on the Freeport LNG regasification terminal located on Quintana Island, approximately 70 mi. south of Houston, Texas. This project is the first and larges..

Dibble, David, International Paint LLC

In September 2005, Phase I construction began on the Freeport LNG regasification terminal located on Quintana Island, approximately 70 mi. south of Houston, Texas. This project is the first and largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal to be constructed in the US in more than 20 years. The Quintana Island facility is one of the first LNG sites with proximity to an existing pipeline system. However, the Freeport site has another "first" for the LNG industry that could potentially reshape how terminals are constructed. This project is the first to use an advanced fire-protection and insulation technology that can lower total construction costs, while providing unprecedented asse

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