LIGTT/ABK – Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal – US - Project Profile
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LIGTT Project Company LLC (LIGTT) and ABK Venture Group LLC (ABK) are planning to undertake the construction of Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal in the US.
The project involves the construction of a deep-water transfer terminal on 911ha of land. It will stand over open water of at least 24m in depth.
The project will be constructed into phases. First phase will include the construction of dry bulk transfer terminal. Later phases will include the construction of liquid bulk cargo, liquefied natural gas, upstream pipelines and container cargo.
The project will include the construction of port facilities, container berths, quay walls, warehouses, an administrative space and related infrastructure, and the installation of giant pylons to anchor the port, these pylons may range between 45 and 61m in length.
In March 2014, Bechtel Corporation was appointed to provide pre-construction design and permitting services for the project. Later Evans Graves Engineers and Waldemar Nelson were appointed to provide pre-construction design and permitting services.
The project requires approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Coast Guard to begin the construction.
On August 31, 2015, LIGTT secured US$25 million for the first phase from unnamed joint venture.
LIGTT Midstream Holdings was appointed to undertake the development of the first phase.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a deep-water transfer terminal on 911ha land in Louisiana, the US.
The US$10,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of port facilities
2. Construction of container berths
3. Construction of quay walls
4. Construction of container space
5. Construction of warehouses
6. Construction of an administrative space
7. Construction of related port infrastructureReasons To Buy