Southern LNG (SLNG)
SLNG owns the Elba Island LNG receiving terminal. Located near Savannah, Georgia, the Elba Island LNG terminal is a facility capable of providing domestic storage and vaporization services to international producers of LNG. The Elba Island LNG terminal has 11.5 Bcf of LNG storage capacity and 1.8 billion cubic feet per day, or Bcf/d, of peak vaporization send-out capacity. SNG operates the Elba Island LNG terminal pursuant to a service agreement with SLNG.
The capacity of the Elba Island LNG terminal is fully contracted with subsidiaries of BG Group (with a contract term through April 2027) and subsidiaries of Shell (with contract terms through January 2036 and mid 2035). The Elba Island LNG terminal is directly connected to four major pipelines and indirectly connected to two others, and thus is readily accessible to the southeast and mid-Atlantic markets.
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