An engineering, procurement, and construction deal for three liquefied natural gas trains and related facilities is estimated to cost $10.5 billion to $11 billion, according to Bechtel, the project's contractor. Corpus Christi Liquefaction issued the contract, which is divided into two stages. The project's initial phase involves the first two LNG trains, a pair of tanks, a completed berth, and another partially made berth, while the second stage involves the last LNG train, another tank, and a completed second berth, Bechtel said.

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