Contents 1 Details 2 Usage 3 See also 4 References

Details[edit] Contract to build the port was made in 2004. The port as a man made breakwater jetty. The port has two full-containment storage tanks each holding 160,000 cubic meters. The port can receive from ships 1,000,000,000 cubic feet (1 bcf) a day. The port was built by: Techint SA de CV of Mexico, Black & Veatch of Overland Park, KS, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of Tokyo, Vinci Construction Grands Projects of France and Freyssinet: LNG Tank post-tensioning.[3] A man made 625 meter breakwater was built to project ships docked off shore. To minimize the ecological impact, some sea life was relocated and a plant nursery was built on site.[4] The port has one berth that can handle up to a Q-Max ship. A Q-Max is the largest LNG ship that can hold up to 266,000 sq/m or 6.9 Bcf of natural gas.

Usage[edit] Costa Azul LNG terminal is not used at the full capacity of 1 Bcf/d. Shipments of LNG from the Middle East and Indonesia have gone to Asia as demand and prices are higher there. Also import demand is lower now, as the Kern River Pipeline and Ruby Pipeline are now feeding the Western and Southwestern United States.[5]

See also[edit] Gas carriers Q-Flex List of gas carriers List of tankers Prelude FLNG CNG Mozah Wikimedia Commons has media related to LNG carriers. Nautical portal

References[edit] ^, PEMEX, Sempra LNG And IEnova Sign Memorandum Of Understanding For Developing Natural Gas Liquefaction Facilities In Mexico ^ Costa Azul LNG Import Facility ^ Costa Azul LNG Terminal ^, Costa Azul, Bill Kekker, July 2006 ^ U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Mexico Week: Record Mexican natural gas imports include higher flows from U.S., May 2013 v t e Transport of hydrocarbon fuels Oil Oil tanker Oil terminal Tank car Tank truck List of oil pipelines LNG and LPG LNG carrier Regasification Liquefaction Gas separation Natural gas storage Black powder in gas pipelines List of natural gas pipelines List of LNG terminals Coal/Misc. Industrial railway Intermodal freight transport Syngas v t e State of Baja California Mexicali (capital) Major cities Ensenada Mexicali Rosarito Tecate Tijuana Regions Baja California Desert Baja California Gold Coast Colorado River Delta Sierra Juárez and San Pedro Mártir pine-oak forests Metro areas Calexico–Mexicali Mexicali San Diego–Tijuana Tijuana Municipalities Ensenada Mexicali Playas de Rosarito Tecate Tijuana v t e Ports of California Panamax ports Long Beach Los Angeles Oakland Richmond San Diego San Francisco Stockton Non-panamax ports Port of Humboldt Bay Port of Hueneme Redwood City Sacramento Canals Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel Alternate West Coast Seaports Ensenada Colonet (planned) Lázaro Cárdenas Portland Seattle Tacoma Port Metro Vancouver Port of Prince Rupert West Coast LNG Terminals Costa Azul LNG Category Economy Communications v t e Modern merchant ships Dry cargo Barge Bulk carrier Car float Chain boat Coaster Collier Container ship Heavy-lift ship Hopper barge Lake freighter Lighter aboard ship Livestock carrier Reefer ship RORO ship Submarine Cargo Vessel Train ferry Tankers Chemical tanker FPSO unit Gas carrier LNG carrier Oil tanker Passenger Cable ferry Cargo liner Cruise ship Cruiseferry Ferry Narrowboat Ocean liner RORO ship Train ferry Support Diving support vessel Fireboat Platform supply vessel Pusher Tender Tugboat Other Floating restaurant Cable layer Crane vessel Dredger Drillship Fishing vessel Icebreaker Merchant submarine Narco-submarine Pipe-laying ship Research vessel Riverboat Semi-submersible Snagboat Retrieved from "" Categories: Liquefied natural gas terminalsLNG tankersBuildings and structures in Baja CaliforniaTransport in Ensenada MunicipalityFreight transportSempra Energy

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