Golden Pass LNG looking to boost capacity

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By Mirza Duran Golden Pass LNG, a joint venture of Qatar Petroleum and Exxon Mobil, is seeking approval from U.S. federal energy regulators to boost capacity at its $10 billion export facility in Texas.

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The company has asked FERC to raise capacity at its terminal under construction by 2.5 million tonnes per year to a total of 18.1 mtpa.

The current project includes the construction of three liquefaction trains with each unit having a 5.2 mtpa capacity.

Should FERC approve the increase, each train will be capable of producing about 6 mtpa of LNG or 0.79 billion cubic feet per

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