LNG

Mexico thinks small for initial LNG exports

Sempra's proposed LNG plant on the Baja California peninsula will be 2.5 mtpa in size and not a large-scale facility as previously thought, although it could be expanded Sempra's proposed LNG plant on the Baja California peninsula will be 2.5 mtpa in size and not a large-scale facility as previously thought, although it could be expanded.
By Chris Noon 19 April 2018 0 30509
The Cameron lng plant in the us Sempra is also building the Cameron LNG plant in Louisiana. (Engie)

The developer of a proposed LNG plant on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily it is seeking to build a 2.5 mtpa project that could eventually become a much larger facility. 

Local press reported earlier this week that developer Sempra Energy’s Mexican subsidiary, Infraestructura Energetica Nova (IEnova), was scaling back plans for the plant, which it aims to build at the Energía Costa Azul LNG terminal and which was originally assumed to be a large-scale facility. 

A 2.5 mtpa plant could...

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