Bechtel recently completed the first commissioning cargo with LNG (liquefied natural gas) from Train 2 at the CCL (Corpus Christi Liquefaction) export terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas, through its partnership with Cheniere Energy.

With this, it has now delivered seven LNG trains at two sites on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Since 2015, Bechtel has delivered 15 large-scale LNG production trains for customers around the world, including eight trains in Australia. Bechtel-delivered facilities account for roughly one-third of the global LNG capacity, supplying about 61 million tonnes of LNG each year, which is enough energy to power more than 85 million homes.

The company takes an integrated, direct-hire EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) model, with a philosophy of ‘design it once and build it many times,’ according to Darren Mort, LNG general manager, Bechtel.

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