Bulk liquefied natural gas (LNG) provider Eagle LNG Partners on Tuesday said it has met a “major milestone” for their Jacksonville Export Project.
The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) granted the company their draft environmental impact statement (EIS).
The draft EIS puts Eagle LNG on a clear path to final investment decision on the Jacksonville Export Project and continues Eagle LNG’s success in using small-scale LNG to supply bunkering to the marine industry and to provide small scale LNG cargoes to markets in the Caribbean, it notes.
“Our customers, and potential clients, join us in being encouraged that FERC has released the DEIS ahead of schedule,” said Sean Lalani, President of Eagle LNG Partners.
“It moves us considerably closer to meeting our goal of expanding clean burning, domestic, and affordable LNG supply for marine bunkering and for small-scale LNG projects in the Caribbean.
“Once completed, the Jacksonville Export Facility will be the lowest cost source of small-scale LNG available for our marine bunkering and power generation clients.”
Photo credit: Eagle LNG Partners
Published: 22 November, 2018
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