Global buyers are increasingly scrutinizing how liquefied natural gas (LNG) is produced and delivered, with an eye on the environment. A proposed export terminal in Louisiana could be the first to produce net-zero emissions LNG.

G2 Net Zero LNG Chairman Chas Roemer believes a more responsibly produced LNG is imperative as both the environment and market demand it. At full capacity, the G2 terminal would produce 13 million metric tons/year (mmty) of LNG from a location on the Calcasieu Ship Channel. The company expects to start exporting super-chilled fuel from the $11 billion project by 2027.

NGI: Is this the first net-zero LNG export project under development in the world? 

Roemer: I think it is. My guess is others are looking at similar things around the world. I think we...