A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight

  • Freeport LNG Development LP has canceled up to four cargoes that were scheduled to be loaded this month as it continues working through issues to fully restart the plant on the upper Texas coast after an explosion nine months ago, according to Reuters. 
  • Market sources also told NGI that more cargoes could be canceled in April as well if the issues continue. An electrical trip knocked out trains 2 and 3 earlier this month, but they were back online this week, according to one source with knowledge of the matter. 
  • The facility is still working toward cooling down Train 1 so it can restart, two weeks after federal regulators gave it approval to do so. An issue with a feed gas valve earlier in the month also hampered the...