The new electric service agreement is expected to be developed together with a new, renewable tariff option that will be filed for Commission review and approval in the coming months.  -  Photo: Entergy Louisiana

The new electric service agreement is expected to be developed together with a new, renewable tariff option that will be filed for Commission review and approval in the coming months.

Photo: Entergy Louisiana

Cameron LNG announced it has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Entergy Louisiana, LLC to negotiate the terms and conditions for a new electric service agreement (ESA).

The goal of the agreement is to reduce Cameron LNG's Scope 2 emissions from the electricity it purchases from Entergy Louisiana, according to the company's news release.

"Entergy Louisiana is a critical partner in our efforts to reduce our overall direct and indirect GHG emissions. Cameron LNG strives to provide its customers with LNG that has the lowest possible emissions intensity," said Whit Fairbanks, president of Cameron LNG. "The MOU we have signed allows us to memorialize an agreement to bring on enough renewable power to offset the emissions for our facility, including the Train 4 expansion, when all renewable generations phases are added to the supply portfolio."

The MOU is non-binding and sets forth a framework for Entergy Louisiana and Cameron LNG to finalize and sign a minimum 20-year long-term agreement for the procurement of new renewable generation resources in Louisiana over an agreed-upon timeframe, subject to the ultimate approval of the Louisiana Public Service Commission and Cameron LNG.

The new electric service agreement is expected to be developed together with a new, renewable tariff option that will be filed for Commission review and approval in the coming months, according to Cameron LNG. This new tariff along with Entergy Louisiana's recently approved optional Geaux Green tariff program will provide customers the opportunity to reduce their scope 2 emissions by subscribing to new renewable generation resources.

"We're proud to partner with Cameron LNG on this agreement," said Phillip May, Entergy Louisiana president/CEO. "Strong businesses lead to a stronger Louisiana for us all. Our customers are continuously seeking carbon-reduction options, and this is another example of us working with an industry leader to meet their own goals as well as our own."

Cameron LNG added that it is working with its joint venture partners to develop a cost-effective and lower-emission potential expansion of the facility. The proposed Cameron LNG expansion would include an additional liquefaction train with a maximum production capacity of approximately 6.75 Mtpa that is planned to utilize electric compression, equivalent to adding approximately 300 megawatts (MW) of demand to the Entergy Louisiana system.

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