On August 21st, 2017 Cheniere
Energy submitted a monthly construction progress report to the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission for the Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project in Cameron
The report covered activities for the Sabine Pass Liquefaction Stage 2 (Trains 3 and 4) and Sabine Pass Liquefaction Stage 3 (Trains 5 and 6) projects that occurred during the month of July 2017.
Stage 2 Engineering and Procurement are 100% complete. Subcontract and direct hire construction work are 96% and 99.6% complete, respectively. Overall project completion for Stage 2 is 99.5% complete against the plan of 100%.
Stage 3 Engineering is now 100% complete. Procurement is now 97.7% complete. Subcontract and direct hire work are 55.0% and 35.2% complete, respectively. Stage 3 overall project completion is 71.8% against the plan of 72.3%.
Train 4 is projecting October 2017 for substantial completion. Train 5 is projecting August 2019 for substantial completion.
The report noted train 5 analyzer buildings and miscellaneous equipment were set. In OSBL, the GTG assembly continued, while water treatment building equipment and miscellaneous equipment were set. Cable tray installation continues in ISBL related to the propane condenser, cryo rack, mercury removal, fuel gas facilities, AGRU pipe rack, thermal oxidizer area, and compressor area. Cable pulls continued in ISBL. Cable tray installation in main north-south, main east-west, and utilities rack continues. OSBL and ISBL sitework continued with roads, trenches and culverts installation and final grading. Sitework related to the additional outfall commenced within site limits. Revamp A/G pipe and high voltage cable pulls continued.
Images below from the FERC July 2017 Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project Progress Report.