Safety & Environment

Safety & Environment

Our Commitment

The safety of the community and preservation of the environment are not just priorities for us, it is our state of mind. We have been working in the industry for over 50 years and understand what it means to make a community commitment. Our experience sets us uniquely apart from other developers.


The LNG industry has stringent regulations that are enforced at every stage of an LNG terminal’s design, construction and operation. We will comply with all of these requirements.

In addition to operating safely, we will be a secure neighbor by complying with all applicable federal and state security regulations. We will ensure our site is access-controlled and under constant security surveillance, and we will enforce a high level of both physical and cyber security on site.


Tellurian is committed to supplying energy to the global market with a priority on decreasing urban pollution, reducing worldwide carbon emissions and slowing the pace of climate change. Tellurian is developing natural gas infrastructure efficiently and responsibly, providing consumers with a more reliable, cleaner energy supply and enabling advances in renewable energy alternatives.

LNG itself is odorless, non-toxic and non-corrosive. It is the same clean natural gas we use in our homes and industries. It has simply been converted to liquid form by cooling it to -162°C/-260°F. This condenses the gas, which then takes up 600 times less space, making it much more efficient to store and transport over long distances. After transporting by ship and delivering LNG to buyers around the world, it is converted back into a gas state for use as a clean, environmentally preferred choice of fuel.


We are committed to being a good neighbor by operating safely, securely and responsibly. In addition, our investment will bring economic benefits and job opportunities in both construction and operations once underway.

Liquefaction Process

The below illustrates the process of taking natural gas from a pipeline and turning it into LNG.

Liquefaction Chart