Eagle LNG’s Jacksonville LNG Export Center, which will require a funding of $500 million based on remaining design, will even utilize Chart Industries’ technology and liquefaction equipment know-how. The facility may have a production capacity of approximately 1.65 million gal./d of LNG with 12 million gal of storage, a marine terminal, and truck-loading capabilities.
LNG provides significant environmental and economic advantages for industries that embody marine and energy technology. The Jacksonville LNG Export Center will serve as the Caribbean’s most price-effective, proximal LNG supply loading LNG onto small, ocean ships for export to countries presently utilizing heavy fuel oil or diesel for power generation.
The Jacksonville LNG Export Facility has a benefit utilizing a regional supply chain higher matching smaller-scale LNG provide, proximity, and customer demand profile.
Conventional LNG models are created to serve massive-scale, international supply requirements, and thus expose small-scale markets to costs related to large-scale infrastructure or break-bulk.
Eagle LNG will proceed to serve domestic marine fuelling and exporting LNG in ISO containers for Caribbean nations from Eagle LNG’s Maxville LNG Facility located in Jacksonville.
Chart Industries CEO Jill Evanko added: “We are happy to partner with Matrix Service on this vital project for Eagle LNG, bringing our world expertise in the design and manufacture of highly engineered cryogenic tools in addition to our patented IPSMR process expertise.”
With the completion of the Jacksonville LNG Export Facility, Eagle LNG’s funding in Jacksonville, along with its Maxville LNG Center and the Talleyrand LNG Bunker Station on JAXPORT, will rival that of different major producers who are transferring to Jacksonville due to its skilled workforce and powerful port presence.