Sempra Infrastructure’s construction of a Mexico LNG terminal is on track as it furthers partnerships in the country, but future Pacific Coast export expansions may take a backseat to its Gulf Coast projects.


The first phase of Energia Costa Azul (ECA) LNG in Baja California should be completed in the summer of 2025, Sempra Infrastructure CEO Justin Bird said during a call with analysts.

The infrastructure and liquefied natural gas arm of San Diego-based Sempra is also continuing marketing and partnerships for the Vista Pacifico LNG project in Mexico and the second phase of ECA. In December, the projects received regulatory approval from the Department of Energy for worldwide LNG exports to non-Free Trade Agreement countries.

“As we think about the Pacific Coast, I think...