The project will use the commercially proven and reliable Air Products liquefaction process technology. The project also includes LNG storage facilities, a marine berth and a bi-directional natural gas pipeline. During liquefaction, the system will be capable of processing 450 mmcfd or 3 million tons of LNG per year.

The natural gas will be sent via an approximately 31-mile bi-directional pipeline (up to 24 inches in diameter) to the interstate natural gas pipeline system of Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline (M&NE) at its existing compressor station at Baileyville, Maine.

surveyKey characteristics of the project include:

  • Liquefaction production of 450 mmcfd
  • Natural water depth of 50 feet MLLW – no dredging required
  • One 160,000 cubic meter (net) capacity full containment LNG storage tank
  • Initial LNG carrier size range from 70,000 m3 to 165,000 m3
  • Expected loading of 30 LNG cargoes per year
  • Water bath regasification units of 100 mmcfd
  • Bi-directional gas pipeline lateral of approximately 31 miles (up to 24-inch diameter)
  • No NGL extraction