Delfin LNG (Delfin) is engaged in the application process to receive the necessary regulatory licenses and become a key player in the developing industry of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export from the United States. Along with our partners, we are proposing the Delfin LNG Deepwater Port, approximately 50 miles offshore of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico, where we will moor multiple floating natural gas liquefaction vessels (FLNGVs) that will liquefy and export U.S. natural gas. The export of natural gas to foreign countries will bring investment and infrastructure jobs to the Gulf Coast, help improve the U.S. balance of trade, and provide foreign customers with a cleaner burning source of fuel than other available sources.
Delfin LNG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fairwood Peninsula Energy Corporation (FPE). FPE is led by Frederick Jones, a 40-year veteran of the international commodity trading business with a particular focus on energy infrastructure in the United States, Asia, and Africa. In this regard Mr. Jones was a founder shareholder in Marc Rich + Co A.G. (now known as Glencore Plc). Mr. Jones is supported by a dedicated and growing team of experienced industry executives to ensure Delfin’s success.
The team assisting and supporting the Delfin LNG Deepwater Port Project, includes:
Delfin LNG Receives Draft Environmental Impact Statement
Fairwood LNG Announces Appointment of Kailash Singal as Engineering Director
Bechtel Wins FEED Contract for the First Floating LNG Facility in the United States
MARAD Publishes Notice of Intent in the Federal Register – July 29, 2015
MARAD Published Notice of Application in the Federal Register – July 16, 2015