Galveston Bay is in the heart of one of the world’s most important shipping hubs. Texas Green Fuels’ clean fuels export complex will be located in a major deepwater port within Galveston Bay, United States. Galveston Bay has been the energy capital of the USA for decades and is home to numerous petrochemical complexes.
Texas Green Fuels will construct, own, and operate an industrial-scale clean fuels export complex, sited in Galveston Bay, Texas. The facility’s initial capacity and portfolio of clean fuels will be expanded as the market for net zero fuels expands. The complex will include a deepwater dock with a draft of 46 feet (14 meters), capable of loading Very Large Gas Carriers (“VLGCs”) with a length overall (“LOA”) up to 1132 feet (345 meters).
The Final Investment Decision and construction commencement for the first phase are expected in 2025, with the first production of clean fuels commencing in 2028.