Eagle LNG Partners will partner with oilfield services provider Matrix Service Co. subsidiary Matrix Service Inc. for the construction of Eagle LNG's export terminal in Jacksonville, Fla.
The facility will have a capacity of about 1.65 million gallons per day of LNG, 12 million gallons of storage, a marine terminal and truck-loading capabilities, according to a Jan. 13 news release. Eagle LNG said the terminal will need approximately $500 million of investment based on its final design.
Eagle LNG in September 2019 received a certificate order from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that conditionally gave authorization for the development and operation of the Jacksonville LNG export terminal.
Texas-based Eagle LNG develops LNG solutions to provide fuel for marine industries and power generation in the Caribbean and Central America.