A roundup of news and commentary from the global gas market

  • FERC has granted Venture Global LNG Inc. permission to start building power facilities and install turbine generators at its Plaquemines liquefied natural gas export facility as the company continues to target first LNG sometime this year.
  • Venture Global sanctioned the 13 million metric ton/year first phase of Plaquemines LNG in early 2022. First gas could be introduced by late spring or early summer, according to Venture Global. Earlier in the week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave permission to start service on the Venice Extension pipeline that would feed the project.
  • Feed gas flows to Freeport LNG have dropped once again after briefly spiking Tuesday. Flows to the export facility have been limited since...