Proposal to build LNG Port off shore

By
Real Estate Agent with Re/Max Gold Coast Realtors

Did You Know???

It is being proposed that we build a port 14 miles off the shore of Ventura County to provide natural gas for California.  It is expected to be on line by 2010 or 2011.

California produces only 15 percent of the total natural gas we need to operate our businesses, warm our homes, feed our families and get us to work everyday. Widely used throughout the world for decades, liquefied natural gas (LNG) imported through Cabrillo Port is a reliable option to help address future natural gas needs here in Ventura County, and California.

Cabrillo Port converts liquefied natural gas back to natural gas on a floating facility far off shore.  Only natural gas comes ashore via undersea and underground pipelines.  Using existing right of way the Gas Company will bring it to its network of existing pipelines.

For more information go to:  http://www.cabrilloport.com 

Comments (1)

Teri Isner
Keller Williams Realty at the Lakes - Orlando, FL
GRI, CRS, CIPS
Natural gas is great we use it here for hot water, and cooking.  The best part is when we loose electricity during hurricane season we can still take a hot shower and cook!
Jul 20, 2006 05:49 AM