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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 five storage tanks at Golden Pass are each large enough to hold the volume of 62 olympic-size swimming pools. The tanks were constructed with 50 million pounds of steel and 5,000 valves.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The Golden Pass LNG berth area is large enough to hold about 77 football fields.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The Q-Max or Qatar Max, pictured here alongside 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 70,000 homes for one full year.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The Golden Pass LNG Terminal construction, completed in 2010, required almost as much concrete as Houston's reliant stadium.
  • 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 Receiving arms at the Golden Pass berth
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG The tanks at Golden Pass were constructed with 50 million pounds of steel and 5,000 valves.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Sunrise over Golden Pass LNG
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Each tank is contained by multiple layers: an inner wall of high nickel steel surrounded by a two-foot-thick wall of reinforced concrete, providing full containment.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Each of the five tanks at Golden Pass is large enough to store the volume of 62 Olympic-size swimming pools.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG View of Golden Pass and the Sabine-Neches Waterway from the top of a storage tank.
Golden Pass Terminal
CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass meets regularly with its Community Advisory Panel - which includes representation from our neighbors in Sabine Pass, the city of Port Arthur, the Sabine Pass Independent School District, public officials, state agencies and other local organizations - to inform them about Golden Pass and listen to any questions or concerns.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Ribbon cutting of ceremony of Sabine Pass Community Center in 2011. Golden Pass funded the $1.5 million center for the residents of Sabine Pass. The center is named in honor of longtime community resident and leader, R. L. "Gabby" Eldridge.
Community
CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass donated more than 800 acres of forested wetlands in Texas and Louisiana for wildlife protection and ecosystem restoration.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass provided more than 3 million cubic yards of material to restore areas within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area in Jefferson County, Texas, improving fisheries and wildlife habitats.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass provided more than 3 million cubic yards of material to restore areas within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area in Jefferson County, Texas, improving fisheries and wildlife habitats.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Sunset over the Sabine-Neches Waterway
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass provided more than 3 million cubic yards of material to restore areas within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area in Jefferson County, Texas, providing a natural buffer to reduce storm energy from tropical storms and hurricanes.
  • CREDIT: Golden Pass LNG Golden Pass provided more than 3 million cubic yards of material to restore areas within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area in Jefferson County, Texas, improving fisheries and wildlife habitats.
Environment