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CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG It took more than 10 million man hours to construct the Golden Pass LNG Terminal and Pipeline
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The Golden Pass LNG berth area is large enough to hold about 77 football fields.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG LNG ships are designed with double hulls and include numerous gas detectors, safety alarms and inert gas blanketing and fire suppression systems.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The Q-Max, or Qatar Max, pictured here leaving the Golden Pass LNG Terminal, is the largest LNG carrier class in the world. The amount of fuel a Q-Max carries can light up to 7,000 homes for an entire year.
Golden Pass LNG Terminal January 01, 2014

Golden Pass LNG Terminal on the Sabine-Neches Waterway in Sabine Pass, Texas

CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Each of the five storage tanks at the Golden Pass LNG Terminal is large enough to hold 62 Olympic-size swimming pools.
  • 3 million man hours without a lost-time injury
  • The Golden Pass LNG Terminal tanks were constructed with 50 million pounds of steel and 5,000 valves.
  • The Golden Pass LNG Terminal tanks were constructed with 50 million pounds of steel.
  • Construction of the Golden Pass LNG Terminal, completed in 2010, required almost as much concrete as Houston's Reliant Stadium.
  • Safety is important to Golden Pass because we work here, we live here and our families and friends live here. It all starts with keeping everyone safe.
Construction November 05, 2011

Golden Pass LNG Terminal construction (2005-2010)

First Cargo Arrival October 25, 2010

On October 21, 2010, the Golden Pass LNG Terminal received its first LNG cargo to be used for commissioning the facilities. The cargo was shipped from the Port of Ras Laffan in Qatar aboard a Q-Flex LNG carrier, the Al Khuwair, one of the largest LNG carriers in the world.