Ideal Location
to deliver Appalachia Natural Gas to the World


Infrastructure is
99% in place

Penn LNG Optimizes Existing Long-Haul Pipeline Infrasturcture

Transco's Marcus Hook Lateral connects Station 200 & the Penn LNG facility -- only 2,000 ft of additional ROW required for final connection to Penn LNG facility.

TETCO Philadelphia Lateral connects the Eagle Compressor Station & the Penn LNG facility via construction of greenfield lateral with <5 miles of new ROW required

PA Map

Deliberate & Extensive Preparation

Started Pre-Filing and Pre-Feed Process to expedite FERC approval process


The Premiere LNG Export Facility in the Northeast


Facility is fully planned and based on previous detailed designs from Bechtel, a leading EPC firm with broad LNG experience.

Proposed site has historically been used for manufacturing and shipping, and includes existing storage and export facilities with direct access to the Delaware River.

Three people

partnerships nearly finalizedAdvanced discussions with equity partners across the world and contracts are nearly in place with off-takers in North America, Europe and Asia.


Building real relationshipsGas-supply, delivery and labor relations are established and ready for launch. Community Engagement at the terminal in Pennsylvania is well underway with local, state and federal lawmakers, regulators and stakeholders.