June is national safety month. For Port Arthur LNG, safety is a top priority, year around.
Port Arthur LNG recently received the National Safety Council’s Perfect Record Award in recognition of the more than 1.7 million hours worked without a recordable safety incident.
“Sempra Infrastructure is invested in being an industry leader and championing health, safety, and security programs that protect our people, projects and operations,” said Andrew Chartrand, senior director of safety, environmental and sustainable operations for Sempra Infrastructure. “We reinforce a safety-first culture for our employees and contractors and seek continuous improvement through measurement and learning from events and observations.”
As part of the Port Arthur LNG project and to help improve public safety, a portion of Highway 87 between the Intracoastal Waterway and Keith Lake Pass was relocated and built to TxDOT standards. The effort included consolidating and upgrading pipelines running alongside the route and upgrading a segment of the City of Port Arthur’s waterline. The new portion of the highway opened for public use in October 2021.
The National Safety Council’s Perfect Record Award recognizes companies, locations or divisions that have completed a period of at least 12 consecutive months without incurring an occupational injury or illness that resulted in days away from work or death.
About Sempra Infrastructure
Sempra Infrastructure is focused on delivering energy for a better world by developing, building, operating and investing in clean power, energy networks, and LNG and net-zero solutions that are expected to play a crucial role in the energy systems of the future. Through the combined strength of its assets in North America, Sempra Infrastructure is connecting customers across the globe to cleaner energy technologies and modern infrastructure while advancing new technologies like carbon sequestration and clean hydrogen.
About Port Arthur LNG
Port Arthur LNG is a proposed natural gas liquefaction and export terminal in Southeast Texas with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The Phase 1 proposed project facilities are anticipated to include up to two natural gas liquefaction trains capable of producing, under optimal conditions, up to approximately 13.5 mtpa; as well as the construction of new natural gas pipelines to deliver natural gas to the terminal.
About the National Safety Council
The National Safety Council is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate – and has been for over 100 years. As a mission-based organization, it works to eliminate the leading causes of preventable death and injury, focusing our efforts on the workplace, roadway and impairment. The National Safety Council creates a culture of safety to not only keep people safer at work, but also beyond the workplace so they can live their fullest lives.