Magnolia LNG Project

The Magnolia LNG Project is a natural gas liquefaction export project located at the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Magnolia LNG was one of the first greenfield LNG export projects in the USA to receive its FERC Order and execute a binding lump-sum turnkey EPC contract. The project is designed to produce 8 million metric tons per year (mtpa) of liquefied natural gas at a cost of USD 5 billion.

Using its patented Optimized Single Mixed Refrigerant process, or OSMR®, Magnolia LNG would produce liquefied natural gas more efficiently with fewer emissions than other LNG processes. Magnolia LNG would distribute to domestic markets as well as countries that have free trade agreements with the U.S. The company also will explore a potential expansion to 8 million metric tons per year in the future.

Magnolia LNG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, which is headquartered in Perth, Australia. For more information, visit www.lnglimited.com.au.

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