This state-of-the-art liquefaction facility and marine terminal near Jacksonville, FL will supply LNG to Crowley Puerto Rico Services to be used in their LNG-powered Commitment Class ships for U.S. mainland to Puerto Rico trade.
Eagle LNG is building a second natural gas liquefaction plant near Jacksonville, FL, which offers a capacity of 200,000 gallons per day (87,000 gallons per day initially). This state-of-the-art facility is slated to be operational and producing high-quality LNG by late-summer 2017.
The facility has production capacity beyond Crowley’s needs, which is available for sale to both domestic clients in the Southeast and island customers looking for containerized LNG supply.
The Maxville Facility is located west of downtown Jacksonville and features a 1,000,000-gallon storage tank and an LNG truck loading system. The facility is also designed to load LNG ISO containers for transport to nearby island markets.
To support fueling ships, Eagle is building a fuel depot dockside at the Talleyrand Marine Terminal on the St. Johns River. The cutting-edge marine terminal, which uses customized design technology, operates within a small footprint and contains a 500,000-gallon storage capacity for optimal bunkering operations.
The facility has production capacity beyond Crowley’s needs, which will be available for sale to both domestic clients in the Southeast and island customers looking for containerized LNG supply.
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