LNG facility definition

LNG facility means a terminal which is used for the liquefaction of natural gas or the importation, offloading, and re-gaseification of LNG, and shall include ancillary services and temporary storage necessary for the re-gaseification process and subsequent delivery to the transmission system, but shall not include any part of LNG terminals used for storage;
LNG facility means a facility or terminal used for the liquefaction of
LNG facility means a facility or terminal used for the liquefaction of gas or the importation, offloading and re-gasification of LNG and includes ancillary services and temporary storage for the re-gasification process and

Examples of LNG facility in a sentence

An event that results in an emergency shutdown of an LNG facility.

The owner or operator of an LNG facility must submit the LOI to the COTP no later than the date that the owner or operator files a pre-filing re- quest with the Federal Energy Regu- latory Commission (FERC) under 18 CFR parts 153 and 157, but, in all cases, at least 1 year prior to the start of con- struction.

The owner or operator of an LNG facility must submit the Follow-on WSA to the COTP no later than the date the owner or operator files its ap- plication with FERC pursuant to 18 CFR parts 153 or 157, or if no applica- tion to FERC is required, at least 180 days before the owner or operator be- gins transferring LNG.

All waters within a 400-yard ra- dius of any LNGC vessel moored at the Distrigas LNG facility in Everett, MA.

Cameron LNG facility located in and around Cameron Parish, Louisiana.


More Definitions of LNG facility

LNG facility means those portions of a pipeline system that are used for transporting or storing LNG or for LNG conversion.
LNG facility means the LNG Facility described on Exhibit "C". The LNG Fueling Station, if constructed by CE Construction and/or Lessee, shall be deemed to be a part of the LNG Facility.
LNG facility means a facility for—
LNG facility means LNG facility as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Directive 2009/73/EC;
LNG facility means a pipeline facility that is used for liquefying natural gas or synthetic gas or for transferring, storing, or vaporizing liquefied natural gas. [Eff. 11/30/2008]
LNG facility means a facility or terminal used for the liquefaction of gas or the importation, offloading and re-gasification of LNG and includes ancillary services and temporary storage for the re-gasification process and delivery to the gas conveyance system comprising of high pressure pipe-lines but does not include any part of the facility used for the storage of gas;"low pressure pipe- line"means any pipe-line which is not a high pressure pipe- line;"Network"means the network of low pressure pipe-lines within the Licensed Area that are owned and/or operated by the Licensee (and shall also include any plant, equipment or apparatus used for, or for any purposes connected with, the conveyance of gas through such pipe-lines) which pipe-lines shall, in the case of conveyance to consumer’s premises and for the purposes of this definition be deemed to terminate immediately prior to the inlet to the first gas meter at such premises;"Network Code"means the document prepared by the Licensee under Condition 2.4;"non-standard gas credit meter"means a gas credit meter owned by the Licensee which is not a standard gas credit meter;"non-standard gas meter"means either a non-standard gas credit or pre-payment meter;"non-standard gas pre- payment meter"means a gas pre-payment meter owned by the Licensee which is not a standard gas pre-payment meter;"Order"means the Gas (Northern Ireland) Order 1996;
LNG facility means Vessel “Hoegh Giant” the Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) owned by Hoegh LNG and its paraphernalia used in STS Operation located within the Port;