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Cove Point LNG Terminal

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People. Flexibility. Relationships. Experience. auduboncompanies.com info@auduboncompanies.com REV0-09-MAR-2020 Scope of Work Audubon Companies served as owner's engineer and managed the competitive FEED (front-end engineering and design) for the Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG project. This included all phases of the project from engineering and construction to operations. The LNG export project was built within the existing regasification facility. The new liquefaction facilities' design received environmental assessment approval by the FERC in September 2014. This design capitalized on the current facilities with limited environmental impact on the surrounding 800 acres of protected woodlands and wetlands. The liquefaction facilities are connected to the existing facility and share common facilities, such as the LNG tanks, pumps, piping, and piers, to import and export LNG. Project Overview PROJECT PROFILE COVE POINT LNG TERMINAL Client: DOMINION ENERGY | Location: LUSBY, MARYLAND ▪ Bi-Directional LNG Terminal ▪ 750 Million Standard Cubic Feet per Day of Inlet Feed Gas. ▪ Owner's Engineer Services ▪ Management of Competitive FEED Studies ▪ EPC Selection ▪ Project Management ▪ Technical Review of the LNG Facility Design and Process Related Aspects ▪ Environmental Compliance ▪ Operational Readiness Support ▪ Regulatory Compliance Support ▪ Commissioning and Start-Up Support ▪ APCI Technology ▪ Total Liquefaction Capacity: 5.25 MTPA ▪ Storage Capacity of 14.6 Billion Cubic Feet (BCF) ▪ FERC Regulated Facility

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