Sabine Pass Liquefaction LLC and Sabine Pass LNG LP have asked FERC for authorization to introduce feed gas to Train 2 at the Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Louisiana in order to begin commissioning activities for the second train. Sabine Pass requested approval by April 15 to remain on a previously set schedule. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission already has granted authorization to introduce fuel gas for the second train (see Daily GPI,March 4). The terminal in February sent out its first cargo (from Train 1), bound for Brazil, making it the first terminal to export U.S.-sourced LNG from the Lower 48 states (see Daily GPI, Feb. 24). According to Bloomberg, Gail India Ltd. is the taker of the second cargo, which is expected to be delivered to the Dabhol import terminal in India around mid-April.