Global LNG Services are pursuing several projects around the world. We are offering LIQU-MAX™ vessels for liquefaction, storage and offloading of natural gas on long-term chartering arrangements to project owners, typically major oil and gas companies.

The first project in the GLS pipeline is the Main Pass Energy Hub LNG export project, located offshore Louisiana in the US Gulf. At the Main Pass GLS is also the project owner.

Main Pass Energy Hub

Main Pass LMC's 24 million tonne per year floating LNG export project will utilize GLS's LIQUI-MAX™ platform and be permitted by the US Maritime Administration as a Deepwater Natural Gas Port.

For more information, visit or view the project overview presentation.

GLS was selected by Freeport-McMoRan Energy (FME) to acquire and develop its Main Pass Energy Hub™ (MPEH) project as a location for the first two of a series of FLNG vessels to be developed and operated globally.

MPEH was previously permitted in 2007 by the Maritime Administration (MARAD) as a Deepwater Natural Gas Port for the importation and regasification of LNG, processing and storage of natural gas in on-site underground salt caverns, and pipeline transportation of natural gas and NGLs to nearby markets.

Review and approval of permit applications under the Deepwater Port Act is legislatively mandated to be completed in less than one year.

The MPEH site coupled with GLS proprietary LIQUI-MAX™ platform and commercial strategy will provide the first of many industry leading low cost LNG liquefaction facilities.


MPEH Deepwater Port
LNG Export Configuration

Note: View shown with pre-processing located onshore

MPEH Enjoys Access to Extensive
USA Pipeline Networks

Shipping Advantages

MPEH offshore location allows quick access from shipping lanes to facility without entry into river systems and inland ports.
Round trip time from a central point "A" in the Gulf of Mexico to the LNG facility is estimated at 2.3 days for MPEH vs. 7 to 8 days for other facilities in west Louisiana and east Texas.