NextDecade may build fewer trains at Rio Grande LNG

LNG project developer NextDecade is likely to build fewer liquefaction trains than previously announced for its Rio Grande LNG project.
By Staff reporter 29 November 2017 0 28607

LNG project developer NextDecade is likely to build fewer liquefaction trains than previously announced for its 102 million cubic metre per day Rio Grande LNG project in the United States.

“NextDecade can take a final investment decision (FID) on the Rio Grande LNG project for as few as two trains (approximately 9 mtpa),” the company said in a statement. “The project is scalable up to 6 trains (27 mtpa). NextDecade intends to develop the full-train plant at Rio Grande LNG, but does not need to...

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