The deal with project developer Sempra includes Saudi Aramco netting 5 mtpa of LNG offtake and a 25% equity stake in Phase 1 of the export terminal, which may reach FID later this year. Driftwood is authorized to export up to 3.88 Bcf/D, and Port Arthur gets go-ahead for 1.91 Bcf/D of natural gas as LNG.
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A relief system is an emergency system for discharging gas during abnormal conditions, by manual or controlled means or by an automatic pressure relief valve from a pressurized vessel or piping system, to the atmosphere to relieve pressures in excess of the maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP). A scrubbing vessel should be provided for liquid separation if liquid hydrocarbons are anticipated. The relief-system outlet may be either vented or flared. If designed properly, vent or flare emergency-relief systems from pressure vessels may be combined. Some facilities include systems for depressuring pressure vessels in the event of an emergency shutdown.
Table 1 shows the gas-field-size requirements and typical world-scale plant sizes for some of the gas utilization options. The gas-field-size requirements are based on a single-train plant with a 20-year life. It is possible to have multiple-train plants, which will require larger-sized gas fields; however, under these circumstances, the impact of the additional production on the product market should be evaluated. A combination of different gas monetization options also can be used depending on the available gas reserves. Table 2 compares the total market size for the different products for year 2001.