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|Second LNG Train at Elba Island Ready for Start-Up|
|= Project requesting FERC's approval by 26th =|
The second liquefaction train at the Elba Island LNG terminal is ready for starting operation. Elba Liquefaction Company (ELC) filed for the start-up of the LNG train to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on 22nd local time and is requesting the commission to approve the operation no later than November 26th.|
The Elba Island LNG production project plans to build ten units each with a liquefaction capacity of 250,000 mt per annum at an existing LNG import terminal. The unit that has completed preparation work is No. 3 unit, which would be the project's second unit in-operation, ELC explained.
The company started commercial operation of No. 1 unit on September 30th this year and has been advancing preparation work for No. 2 and No. 3 units. One of the parent companies Kinder Morgan is considering to start four units by this year end and the remaining six by the first half of 2020.
ELC is a joint venture of Kinder Morgan and EIG Global Energy Partners. All the units will be used by Royal Dutch Shell.
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