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Cheniere Inks Long-Term LNG Deal With China’s ENN in Another Sign of Market Strength

Cheniere Inks Long-Term LNG Deal With China’s ENN in Another Sign of Market Strength

Cheniere Energy Inc. has agreed to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Chinese utility ENN Natural Gas Co. Ltd. for 13 years beginning in July 2022.  Under the sales and purchase agreement (SPA), subsidiary ENN LNG Pte Ltd. would purchase 900,000 metric tons annually on a free-on-board basis. ENN would pay prices indexed to Henry…

October 11, 2021
Cheniere Cleared to Introduce Feed Gas at Sabine Pass Expansion

Cheniere Cleared to Introduce Feed Gas at Sabine Pass Expansion

Cheniere Energy Inc. has received permission from federal regulators to introduce feed gas to the sixth train at its Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Louisiana, raising the likelihood that U.S. exports will increase further by year’s end.  The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted Cheniere’s Sept. 15 request to introduce feed gas for…

September 24, 2021

European Manufacturers Halt Production, Citing Natural Gas Prices; Freeport LNG Still Offline — The Offtake

A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight  U.S. manufacturer CF Industries Holdings Inc. and Norwegian chemical producer Yara International ASA announced closures of their facilities because of extraordinarily high European natural gas prices, which neared $30/MMBtu this week. Yara said 40% of its European ammonia production capacity would be shut down next…

September 17, 2021
Natural Gas Futures, Cash Prices Fall as Ida Slashes Demand; Storm Tees Up ‘Tame September’

Natural Gas Futures, Cash Prices Fall as Ida Slashes Demand; Storm Tees Up ‘Tame September’

Though still early for a full assessment of former Hurricane Ida, natural gas futures traders on Monday focused squarely on the destruction of natural gas demand brought about by the catastrophic Category 4 storm. The October Nymex gas futures contract, on its first day in the prompt position, settled at $4.305, off 8.3 cents from…

August 30, 2021
LNG Market Seen Tightening Further With Little Relief in Sight as Winter Nears

LNG Market Seen Tightening Further With Little Relief in Sight as Winter Nears

This winter is shaping up to be one of the tightest in years for the global natural gas market as strong demand has continued throughout the year and left inventories woefully short.  Liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply disruptions in Angola, Brunei, Nigeria and Trinidad and Tobago, to name a few, have also led to incremental…

August 20, 2021
Oklahoma Landowners Accuse Environmental Monitor of ‘Collusion’ with FERC, Cheniere’s Midship Natural Gas Pipeline

Oklahoma Landowners Accuse Environmental Monitor of ‘Collusion’ with FERC, Cheniere’s Midship Natural Gas Pipeline

Several Oklahoma landowners are pressing FERC to investigate what they say amounts to collusion involving an environmental compliance monitor, a Cheniere Energy Inc. pipeline subsidiary and the agency’s own Office of Energy Projects (OEP). Central Land Consulting LLC (CLC), which represents landowners on right-of-way for the Midcontinent Subheader Interstate Pipeline (Midship), said in recent filings…

August 18, 2021
Cheniere Sees Record LNG Exports, but Commodity Price Exposure Leads to Losses

Cheniere Sees Record LNG Exports, but Commodity Price Exposure Leads to Losses

Cheniere Energy Inc. reported record liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from its terminals in Louisiana and Texas during the second quarter, when demand surpassed expectations as the global market tightened further.  The largest U.S. gas exporter loaded 139 cargoes, or 496 TBtu of LNG, in the second quarter. Results shattered a previous record of 133…

August 5, 2021
LNG 101: Could New Ways to Sell American Natural Gas Give Rise to Second-Wave Export Projects?

LNG 101: Could New Ways to Sell American Natural Gas Give Rise to Second-Wave Export Projects?

U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developers are going to greater lengths to attract customers, setting the stage for American supplies to increasingly be tied to foreign benchmarks and testing traditional commercial models with new agreements that could make project financing even harder to come by.  The question is, why?  Why would U.S. LNG buyers purchase…

August 5, 2021
Cheniere Signs Another Natural Gas Supply Deal Linked to JKM for Corpus Christi Export Expansion

Cheniere Signs Another Natural Gas Supply Deal Linked to JKM for Corpus Christi Export Expansion

Cheniere Energy Inc. has signed an agreement for Tourmaline Oil Corp. to supply natural gas for an expansion project at Cheniere’s Corpus Christi export terminal in South Texas at prices linked to the Asian spot market.  The deal brings Cheniere another step closer to sanctioning the Stage 3 liquefied natural gas (LNG) export expansion project,…

July 16, 2021
Cheniere Partnering with EQT, Pioneer Natural and Other E&Ps to Curb Natural Gas Emissions

Cheniere Partnering with EQT, Pioneer Natural and Other E&Ps to Curb Natural Gas Emissions

Cheniere Energy Inc., the largest producer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the United States, is partnering with some of the country’s leading oil and natural gas producers to better understand and cut greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) upstream from its export terminals.  The project brings together Aethon Energy Management, Ascent Resources Utica LLC, EQT Corp.,…

June 10, 2021
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