We want to bring back natural gas to the south of Chile at competitive prices for Chileans and in an ecologically friendly way.
We will voluntarily compensate up to 100% of CO2 emissions produced during the operational stage through a reforestation program with native trees.
The maritime terminal will be located on the Bay of Concepción, more than 4 km from populated areas and away from fishing routes.
For the LNG regasification process we will use a regasification system with a freshwater-glycol closed circuit, using only 24m3 of water to be replaced every 5 years.
We will finance the construction of this system in collaboration with the University of Concepción, allowing the detection of a tsunami up to 40 minutes before it reaches the Chilean coast.
The maritime terminal will have the technology to dissipate up to 50% of the energy from an earthquake or tsunami using elastomeric seismic energy dissipators and damper dissipators.
The maritime terminal will be built essentially with manufactured products and supplies from regional industries, helping to stimulate the local economy.
Our project intends to hire more than 160 specialized workers and to provide more than 1000 indirect jobs during the construction stage.
Total Inversion(millions of dollars)
Terminal initial capacity(Millions of cubic meters per day )
Flexible Underwater Pipeline
Distance of human settlements
Workers during assembly
Avda. Padre Hurtado Nº 320, Concepción, Chile.
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