Australia to Overtake Qatar In LNG Output

Curtis Island LNG Plants  Image Courtesy: Bechtel

Curtis Island LNG Plants

Image Courtesy: Bechtel

Australia expects to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest explorer during the FY2019-20 when exports are forecast to hit 78.3 million tons, up from 61.7 million tones in 2017-2018.

Gas Land is proud to contribute to this amazing growth by having its Nitrogen Systems in five Australian LNG Plants.

Cheniere Signs Train 6 EPC Deal

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

The long awaited Sabine Pass Train 6 has reached a major milestone after Cheniere confirms the EPC deal with Bechtel.

Jack Fusco, Cheniere’s CEO said, “We have finalized the Sabine Pass Train 6 EPC contract with Bechtel, and we are releasing Bechtel to commence early engineering, procurement, and construction activities for Train 6 ahead of making a final investment decision.”

Sabine Pass LNG started shipping the chilled fuel in early 2016, currently Trains 1 to 4 are operational and Train 5 is undergoing commissioning activities.

Corpus Christi LNG Plant Update

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Another Cheniere project nearing completion and further advancing US LNG exports.

According to Cheniere’s CEO Jack Fusco, “Corpus Train 2 continues to progress on an accelerated schedule and we expect substantial completion in the second half of next year.”

Corpus Christi is a three train liquefaction project where each train is capable of producing 4.5 million tonnes of LNG per annum. Cheniere also owns and operates its Sabine Pass LNG export terminal.

Gas Land Concludes 2018 Summer Internship Program

Emmanuel Salas, 2018 graduate of the University of California, Irvine, recently completed Gas Land's summer internship program.


Manny worked through various process, mechanical, manufacturing, electrical, and materials science engineering tasks as he learned about the world of LNG and Gas Land's footprint. Calculating heater loads, conducting industry research, rendering lifting lugs with AutoCAD, and reviewing piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID's), Manny ventured well beyond the program and demonstrated a breadth of achievement.

Recently hired as a Mechanical Design Engineer with PBS Engineers, Inc., Manny is now based in the Los Angeles area. We at Gas Land are thrilled to have had you, Manny. 

Candidates interested in applying to Gas Land's internship program should email Amy Yun.