According to the latest news on gas and oil company New Fortress Energy and CEO Wes Edens, their new LNG terminal has been built in Mexico. The brand believes the terminal will save energy, costs, and emissions. The new operation is located in the port of Pichilingue, Baja California Sur, Mexico. According to the article from GasWorld, the terminal will be implementing its ISOFlex System that allows efficient transport of containers aboard vessels.
The vice president of project development for New Fortress Energy stated how proud the company is to deploy its first-ever system at the new terminal. The vice president, known as Sam Abdalla, believes it is a big accomplishment that will add logistics solutions and critical energy construction. The company, along with CEO Wes Edens, states it will cost less money and make things quicker. The sites are officially completed and will supply gas to the CTG La Paz and CTG Baja California plants.
The first batch of customers located in Los Cabos will work with the gas over the next two months. CEO and Chairman Wes Edens of New Fortress described the construction of the power plants in the Baja California region as a big feat for the brand. The chairman also stated how the new plants will help reduce emissions and costs by switching from oil fuels to natural gas. This move by the company is meant to replace the need for fossil fuels. The LNG terminal is officially live. Read More.