Creating the Next Generation of LNG
To innovate in an industry like LNG, you need a potent combination of forward thinking and creative individuals.
Commonwealth LNG was founded by industry veterans who decided to re-engineer the LNG construction model. Using proven best practices, Commonwealth has re-designed the LNG process to create a facility to provide reliable and affordable clean energy for customers worldwide.
The strength of our team lies not only in the diverse LNG experience of our management team, but also with the industry-leading partners we have chosen for this development. Commonwealth LNG will achieve its goal of being the low-cost provider for the next wave of U.S. LNG liquefaction projects.
Commonwealth LNG is developing an LNG export terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast near Cameron, Louisiana.
The 9.3 mtpa nameplate (9.5 mtpa permitted) liquefaction and export facility on the west bank of the Calcasieu Ship Channel at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico will have six 50,000 modular storage tanks and will be able to accommodate vessels up to 216,000 M3. Gas supply is achieved with the addition of a 3.0-mile pipeline interconnected to two major pipeline systems with significant excess transportation capacity.
Using LNG as an energy source to displace coal and other high emitting fuels advances global sustainability and decarbonization goals. Delivering the environmental and economic benefits of LNG requires a company with dedicated leadership and technical expertise. Commonwealth LNG’s values are reflected in the following Environmental, Social and Governance commitments: