“The Atlantic LNG facility located in Point Fortin, Trinidad is comprised of three LNG trains using the Phillips Optimized Cascade LNG Process and each producing approximately 3.3 MTPA of LNG. The fourth LNG train will be designed for a nominal production capacity of approximately 5.2 MTPA, which is the world’s largest LNG Train under construction." https://lnglicensing.conocophillips.com
MTPA = Million tonnes per Annum
LNG = Liquiefied Natural gas
The Atlantic LNG Company of Trinidad and Tobago was formed in July 1995 to develop a liquefied natural gas plant in Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago. The venture links together one local company, NGC Trinidad and Tobago LNG Ltd., and four other companies bringing extensive international experience in the natural gas industry: Amoco Trinidad (LNG) B.V., British Gas Trinidad LNG Ltd., Repsol International Finance B.V. and Cabot Trinidad LNG Limited. Amoco’s shareholding is now held by BP Trinidad (LNG) B.V. and Cabot’s by Suez (Trinidad and Tobago) LNG Ltd.
The plant is located at Point Fortin, on the south-western coast of Trinidad, the larger of the two islands that form the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The administrative office is in Port of Spain, the capital city. Trinidad and Tobago are the southernmost islands in the Caribbean Sea