Puerto Solo

SeaOne’s gas-to-power value chain is anchored by a multi-use energy port development located on the Pacific coast of Colombia, in Buenaventura. Our development is known as the Puerto Solo Complex. In early 2019, SeaOne purchased the Puerto Solo Energy Port Concession in the Port of Buenaventura, Colombia. It will also serve as a hub for the distribution and export of natural gas and NGLs to other parts of the Pacific region. Project development is managed through SeaOne Caribbean, LLC and affiliate SeaOne Puerto Solo, SAS.

Due to the size and in-service dates for the project, we have broken it into two phases:

Phase 1 development of the port and two power projects are underway, and the current scheduled in-service date is late 2021. We have been awarded firm energy obligations for the construction of two new power plants totaling 228 MW. Phase 1 of the Puerto Solo Complex will deliver immediately needed power generation, 100,000 bbl. of LPG, and 320,000 bbl. of finished products via our import infrastructure.

The addition of the 400-MMsft3d CGL infrastructure and delivery pipelines in Phase 2 will include our U.S. production and export terminal, the Puerto Solo CGL receiving terminal, and maritime assets to deliver natural gas and NGL to end markets.

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