KBR Awarded Contract for G2 LNG's Grassroots LNG Liquefaction Facility in Louisiana

KBR Inc. announced today that the company has been awarded a contract by G2 LNG, LLC (G2 LNG). The contract is to provide Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Front End Engineering Design (FEED) engineering and FERC report pre-filing services to support the development of a grassroots Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) facility of fourteen million metric tons per year of liquefaction and export capabilities in Cameron Parish on the Calcasieu Ship Channel in Louisiana.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will perform FEED engineering for a two train LNG facility using Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. AP-C3MR(TM) Technology. Additionally, KBR will provide the technical documentation required by the FERC during the pre-filing process.

Considered a world leader in LNG, KBR has been involved in the design, engineering and construction worldwide of LNG plants for nearly 40 years. This contract builds on that legacy and demonstrates KBR's continued success winning the right work.

The proposed design employs state of the art aeroderivative gas turbines and other process enhancements to maximize each train's design capacity and represents a new generation design.

"KBR will combine our history as a leader in the LNG industry with our experience as a cutting edge innovator to deliver a world class product for our client," said Roy Oelking, KBR President of E&C Americas. "We welcome the opportunity to work with a company like G2 LNG who values innovation as much as we do."

"We are proud to work with a proven industry leader like KBR," said Thomas Hudson, President of G2 LNG. "KBR's vast experience in the LNG industry will prove invaluable to making this project a reality."

Revenue associated with this project was not disclosed and was booked into backlog of unfilled orders for KBR's E&C Business Segment in Q2 2015.

Source: KBR
Date: Nov 24, 2015