Siemens has been awarded a contract for supplying the initial 10 compressor trains for Magnolia LNG, a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. (LNGL). Magnolia LNG is developing an up to eight MTPA mid-scale LNG facility based on their OSMR LNG technology in the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. The project serves to liquefy natural gas for export from the US as well as potential domestic use.
Siemens' scope of supply comprises a total of eight refrigeration compressors and two feed gas booster compressors for the initial two LNG trains. Four mixed refrigerant Siemens STC-SV compressors will each be driven by a Siemens SGT-750 gas turbine, while four ammonia refrigerant STC-SV compressors will each be driven by a Siemens SST-600 steam turbine. Additionally two motor driven feed gas booster compressors will be delivered. The subsequent two LNG trains necessary to achieve the full eight MTPA for Magnolia would bring the total number of compressor trains to 20 at this site.
“We are pleased that LNGL has awarded us with the supply of the main compression equipment and drivers for the Magnolia LNG project,” said Lisa Davis, member of the managing board of Siemens AG. “LNGL’s modular construction approach represents a very strong platform in a growing market.”
In parallel, Siemens has further agreed with LNGL to establish a supplier alliance agreement (SAA) for process compression equipment and drivers for future LNGL projects in support of the company strategy to standardize the implementation of the OSMR LNG technology worldwide.
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