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Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan speaks during a luncheon at the Sabine Pass, TX facility celebrating the announcement of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil's final investment decision to fund the approximately $10 billion Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan speaks during a luncheon at the Sabine Pass, TX facility celebrating the announcement of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil's final investment decision to fund the approximately $10 billion Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Golden Pass employees and members of the Sabine Pass community gather at the facility to celebrate the announcement of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil's final investment decision to fund the approximately $10 billion Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • (From left) Golden Pass Vice President, Operations John Fraser, Vice President, Human Resources and Public Affairs Robert Bilnoski, Texas Representative Dade Phelan (Dist. 21), Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan and Jefferson County Judge Jeff Branick attend a luncheon at Golden Pass LNG’s Sabine Pass, TX facility to celebrate the announcement of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil's final investment decision to fund the approximately $10 billion Golden Pass LNG export project.
Golden Pass Products LLC Export Project Final Investment Decision Celebration Luncheon (Sabine Pass)
Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan speaks during the announcement of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil's final investment decision to fund the approximately $10 billion Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan (left) and U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry (right) look on as Darren Woods, Chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation and H.E. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Qatar Petroleum President and CEO shake hands after announcing the final investment decision to fund the Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan (standing, left) and U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry (standing, right) look on as Darren Woods, Chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation (seated, left) and H.E. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Qatar Petroleum President and CEO (seated, right) sign documents announcing their final investment decision to fund the Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Darren Woods, Chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation (standing, left), H.E. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Qatar Petroleum President and CEO (standing, center), and U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry (standing, right) look on as Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan (seated, left) signs contracts with Zachry Group Chairman and CEO John B. Zachry, McDermott International, Inc. President & CEO David Dickson and Chiyoda Corporation Chairman Katsuo Nagasaka (seated, right) confirming a joint venture of the three companies as the main engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • Darren Woods, Chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation (standing, left), H.E. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Qatar Petroleum President and CEO (standing, center) and U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry (standing, right) look on as Golden Pass President Sean C. Ryan (seated, left) shakes hands with Enable Midstream Partners CEO Rod Sailor (seated, right) after signing a contract confirming a firm transportation agreement for gas supply to the Golden Pass LNG export project.
  • U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry speaks during the announcement of ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum’s final investment decision to fund the Golden Pass LNG export project.
Golden Pass Products LLC Export Project Final Investment Decision Announcement
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.
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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.
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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.
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