Cameron Lng

June Natural Gas Futures Climb Following Bullish Miss in Government Storage Data

June Natural Gas Futures Climb Following Bullish Miss in Government Storage Data

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported an injection of 70 Bcf natural gas into storage for the week ended May 10. The result was a miss against expectations and historical averages. The print reflected rising demand and listless production, supporting additional gains in Nymex June natural gas futures. About 30 minutes ahead…

May 16, 2024
Natural Gas Futures Flop as Market Eyes LNG Weakness — MidDay Market Snapshot

Natural Gas Futures Flop as Market Eyes LNG Weakness — MidDay Market Snapshot

Amid signs of ongoing issues at a major U.S. LNG export terminal, and with physical market prices pointing to weak near-term fundamentals, natural gas futures were headed for heavy losses as of midday trading Wednesday.  Here’s the latest: May Nymex futures down 13.2 cents to $1.680/MMBtu as of 2:11 p.m. ET Day-ahead Henry Hub prices…

April 24, 2024
Oman Continues LNG Supply Push With Two New Deals – Three Things to Know About the LNG Market 

Oman Continues LNG Supply Push With Two New Deals – Three Things to Know About the LNG Market 

NO. 1: Feed gas deliveries to U.S. LNG export plants ticked back up on Thursday after recent downturns as maintenance season gets underway. Overall, U.S. feed gas demand was nominated at 10.8 Bcf, up 5% from Wednesday. Nominations for the Freeport liquefied natural gas export terminal in Texas on Thursday were at 276 MMcf, or…

April 18, 2024
Sempra Looking Beyond LNG Pause to ‘Development Milestones’ for Port Arthur, Cameron Expansions

Sempra Looking Beyond LNG Pause to ‘Development Milestones’ for Port Arthur, Cameron Expansions

While U.S. LNG developers navigate the fallout of a pause in new worldwide liquefied natural gas export authorizations, Sempra Infrastructure executives said they were still focusing on the best prices and partnerships, rather than permitting timelines. The LNG and Mexico infrastructure arm of San Diego-based Sempra is currently in the early phases of construction on…

February 28, 2024
Sempra Sees Investment in Mexico, Global LNG Demand Boosting North American Energy Markets

Sempra Sees Investment in Mexico, Global LNG Demand Boosting North American Energy Markets

Sempra is betting that continued global energy volatility and geopolitical tensions will strengthen North America’s key natural gas markets, supporting its investments in LNG exports and Mexico. In the San Diego-based firm’s third quarter earnings call, CEO Jeff Martin said the series of global conflicts that have impacted global markets recently have accelerated a “trend…

November 6, 2023
Sempra Joins Japan to Review Exporting Synthetic Natural Gas from Cameron LNG

Sempra Joins Japan to Review Exporting Synthetic Natural Gas from Cameron LNG

Sempra Infrastructure has joined a partnership of Japanese gas utilities and major industrial groups studying the potential of using Gulf Coast LNG terminals to create an export hub for low-carbon, natural gas-backed fuels. The unit of San Diego-based Sempra has agreed to support a study aimed at gauging the feasibility of exporting hydrogen or ammonia…

August 30, 2023
Sempra Eyeing 2024 to Sanction Cameron and Port Arthur LNG Expansions

Sempra Eyeing 2024 to Sanction Cameron and Port Arthur LNG Expansions

Sempra Infrastructure has locked in a contractor for the second phase of an expansion at Cameron LNG and is marketing the next phase of Port Arthur LNG as it targets a final investment decision (FID) for both projects next year. The liquefied natural gas and energy infrastructure arm of San Diego-based Sempra has been on…

August 4, 2023

Maintenance Ends at Cameron LNG – The Offtake

Production has resumed at the 1.7 Bcf/d Cameron LNG facility in Louisiana. Spokesperson Anya McInnis said annual maintenance on Train 2, which began April 28, has been completed. NGI data showed feed gas deliveries to the terminal increased Tuesday.

May 23, 2023
Sempra Pursues Two Gulf Coast FIDs as European Demand Reshuffles ‘Pecking Order’

Sempra Pursues Two Gulf Coast FIDs as European Demand Reshuffles ‘Pecking Order’

With its backlog of developing LNG terminal projects hitting successive milestones over the past year, Sempra Infrastructure is poised to make two final investment decisions (FID) this year while gauging interest for the next phase of its Texas project. The infrastructure and liquefied natural gas arm of San Diego-based Sempra previously disclosed last year that…

March 1, 2023

LNG Terminals, Cargo Traffic Could be Impacted by Deep Freeze in U.S. – The Offtake

U.S. LNG terminals along the Gulf Coast on Thursday were bracing for a winter storm that’s set to impact most of the country in the coming days.

December 22, 2022
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