Sabine Pass LNG powered by Invensys

Cheniere to deploy state-of-the-art terminal management in new LNG boilerplate design.

Cheniere LNG, Inc., a unit of Cheniere Energy has selected Invensys Process Systems to implement the terminal operations management system (TOMS) for its Sabine Pass LNG receiving terminal currently under construction in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. System architecture for the project will integrate Invensys and third-party software with scalability to accommodate additional terminals. Invensys will provide consulting, software products, and a range of integration, implementation, testing and training services.


The new contract builds on Invensys’ successful completion of Sabine Pass’ front end engineering and design (FEED). FEED established a high-level design of the system and assured ‘upward’ integration from the terminal’s unit level controls to Cheniere’s corporate offices. Cheniere’s specifications for the TOMS include best practices for safety, security and compliance with regulatory reporting.


TOMS is built on top of Invensys’ ArchestrA modular architecture which offers ‘universal’ data exchange with enterprise systems, standardized interfaces, data storage and web-based access.

More on ArchestrA and its implications for the ‘digital oilfield’ in an exclusive interview with Invensys’ Stan DeVries and John Gilmore in next month’s Oil IT Journal.

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