Cameron LNG picks Elliott to supply compressors

Elliott Group has been selected to manufacture three compressor trains for Cameron LNG's new LNG liquefaction export facility in Hackberry, Louisiana, the company announced today.

The new facility will be adjacent to Cameron LNG's existing LNG receipt terminal and regasification facilities.

The project includes three natural gas liquefaction trains with an approved export capacity of 12 million tpy.

Elliott will supply three duplicate equipment trains with six Elliott centrifugal compressors for cryogenic, end flash gas service.

When the new liquefaction facility becomes operational in 2018, it will enable bi-directional service between the terminal and the liquefaction plant.

"Elliott's longstanding strength and experience in refrigeration compression, and our ability to meet the challenging process requirements, were instrumental in winning this order," said Brook Tolman, director of global sales for Elliott.

"The award reinforces Elliott's strong credentials in the LNG sector," he added.

The compressors will be built and tested at Elliott's manufacturing facility in Jeannette, Pennsylvania.

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