CSEG – Stewart LNG Terminal – British Columbia - Project Profile
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The Canada Stewart Energy Group Ltd (CSEG) is planning to undertake the construction of a LNG terminal in British Columbia, Canada.
The project involves the construction of a natural gas liquefaction terminal comprising LNG storage facilities and marine loading facilities capable of handling 33300 millionm3 (30 million tonnes per annum (MTPA)), upstream gas sources and transportation pipeline.
The liquefaction component of LNG terminal includes a floating LNG production facility capable of liquefying 5MTPA and onshore liquefaction facilities consisting of five LNG trains to produce 25MTPA, each with 5MTPA capacity.
In March 2014, CSEG applied to National Energy Board (NEB) for a license to export 30 million tons per year of LNG.
On November 14, 2014, China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau (CPP) signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) on strategic cooperation with Great United Petroleum Holding Co., Ltd. (GUPC) and CSEG regarding their LNG Export Base in west coast of Canada.
On February 3, 2015, CSEG again submitted the export license application to NEB with change in plans and it has entered into preliminary off-take supply agreements with five major energy groups in two major cities and three provinces in China.
According to the new plan, CSEG will operate the floating facility until the land-based production facilities, comprising five 6MMTPA LNG trains, is completed to produce total 30MTPA LNG, when the floating facility will be decommissioned.
CSEG is currently proceeding with the project alone. However, it shows its intention to collaborate with other strategic partners for the project, including GUPC and energy conglomerates across China.
In January 2016, NEB granted export license 2016 for 25 Trillion Cubic Feet (Tcf) of gas over 25 years, in tanker cargoes to be loaded at a rate of up to 4.6 Billion Cubic Feet per day (Bcf/d).
The project involves the construction of a natural gas liquefaction terminal comprising LNG storage facilities and marine loading facilities capable of handling 33300 millionm3 (30MTPA) in Stewart, British Columbia, Canada.
The US$45,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a floating LNG production facility
2. Construction of on-shore natural gas liquefaction facilities with five separate processing units
3. Construction of marine loading facilities
4. Construction of upstream gas sources
5. Construction of transportation pipeline
6. Construction of other related facilities
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