CH-IV Prepares FEED for U.S. LNG Facility

Press Release
Sunday, July 08, 2012

Oregon LNG is developing a bii-directional LNG import/export project & CH-IV International has completed its Front End Engineering Design (FEED)

The Oregon LNG Terminal will be located on the East Skipanon Peninsula near the confluence of the Skipanon and the Columbia Rivers in Warrenton, Clatsop County, Oregon.

Jeffrey P. Beale, President of CH-IV International (CH-IV) has announced that CH-IV International has completed the preparation of FEED for the proposed 9 MTPA LNG liquefaction and 500 MMSCFD Oregon LNG import and regasification facility

CH-IV International had previously prepared a FEED for Oregon LNG for its proposed LNG Import Terminal, which has now been modified to include liquefaction facilities.

Mr. Beale stated, “CH-IV is excited to continue working with the Oregon LNG Team on such an important project. Now that the FEED work is complete, we look forward to helping Oregon LNG file its permit applications, which when approved will allow Oregon LNG to meet new commercial goals.”

CH-IV International is a joint venture corporation between MPR Associates, Inc. and CH-IV Cryogenics, LP.
 


 

 

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