Texas LNG is a project led by Glenfarne Group, LLC. Glenfarne is a global transition energy leader that has built or acquired and now operates approximately 50 renewable, grid stability, and natural gas facilities both in the United States and across the globe.
Glenfarne’s safety record is the envy of the industry, with no fatalities as a result of its operations and a track record of implementing and continuously executing world-class safety procedures and protocols. Each shift at every location starts with a safety briefing. And, all industry issues and improvements are constantly being evaluated for potential deployment into current operations.
Project Manager – The project manager with oversight for the construction at the Port of Brownsville has safely and securely overseen nearly a dozen major LNG plants and projects in the United States, Indonesia, Australia, Canada, China, Taiwan, and Malaysia during a 40-year career.
Construction and Engineering Lead – The lead of Construction and Engineering for the Texas LNG project has safely started up and operated more than a dozen LNG trains including at the largest LNG plant in the world in Qatar and most recently at Cove Point LNG in Maryland and Cameron LNG in Louisiana.
Trains – A train is the equipment on site that receives the gas from the pipeline and purifies and cools it to a liquified state. There will be two trains at the Texas LNG site, each with a capacity to produce two million tonnes of LNG per annum. These trains will be modularly assembled and tested under a controlled environment and delivered to be installed on site. The industry recognizes modular building as the safest process. These trains are considered mid-scale which are less complicated to maintain and operate than the larger trains.
Above everything else, the safety of our employees, our neighbors, and our communities is Texas LNG’s top priority.
Air Products, the world’s leading provider of natural gas liquefaction technology, will provide the technology and equipment for the liquefaction (freezing) process at Texas LNG. Their experience includes the design, manufacturing, and successful start-up of over 100 LNG plants representing a majority of the operating LNG plants in the world today.