LNG Rethought,
Retooled and Reimagined

Project Overview

In an industry as established as LNG, standardized practices can be confused with best practices.

“The right way” becomes the only way. “Better” usually means bigger. But Commonwealth offers a cost-effective and optimized solution.

To innovate in such an entrenched market, you need a potent combination of imaginative and conservative. Commonwealth was founded with that notion in mind: create a focused, nimble team that places seasoned industry veterans at the same table as unconventional thinking.

Using innovative but proven methods, Commonwealth has reimagined the LNG construction process to significantly reduce risk for investors, customers and EPC partners. It relies on a bottoms-up, parallel construction process that prioritizes safety while driving down capital costs.

With a partner-first mentality driven by ethics and transparency, it’s a fresh approach that’s shifting industry thinking when it is needed the most.

Commonwealth LNG is an 8.4 mtpa LNG liquefaction and export facility located on the west bank of the Calcasieu Ship Channel at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico near Cameron, Louisiana. The facility will have six 40,000 M3 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.

Project Overview

In an industry as established as LNG, standardized practices can be confused with best practices.

“The right way” becomes the only way. “Better” usually means bigger. But Commonwealth offers a cost-effective and optimized solution.

To innovate in such an entrenched market, you need a potent combination of imaginative and conservative. Commonwealth was founded with that notion in mind: create a focused, nimble team that places seasoned industry veterans at the same table as unconventional thinking.

Using innovative but proven methods, Commonwealth has reimagined the LNG construction process to significantly reduce risk for investors, customers and EPC partners. It relies on a bottoms-up, parallel construction process that prioritizes safety while driving down capital costs.

With a partner-first mentality driven by ethics and transparency, it’s a fresh approach that’s shifting industry thinking when it needs it the most.

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Schedule

FERC in 2017. Operating by 2024.

Commonwealth has launched the FERC pre-filing application process and intends to be in commercial operations by Q1 2024. Below you will find the estimated key milestones.