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Natural Gas Futures Prices Fall Further Amid Threats to LNG Exports, Waning Weather Demand

Natural Gas Futures Prices Fall Further Amid Threats to LNG Exports, Waning Weather Demand

Natural gas prices dropped again Wednesday as traders assessed receding domestic demand prospects, rising production and possible peril for American LNG exports. The October Nymex gas futures contract settled at $7.842/MMBtu, down 30.3 cents day/day. November fell 31.1 cents to $7.901. At A Glance: Production hovers around all-time high Forecasts call for cooler weather ahead…

September 7, 2022
Cheniere Says LNG Exports Won’t be Curbed by EPA Decision on Pollution Rule

Cheniere Says LNG Exports Won’t be Curbed by EPA Decision on Pollution Rule

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this week denied Cheniere Energy Inc.’s request for an exemption from a reinstated air pollution rule that will now force the company to work toward compliance.  Cheniere spokesperson Eben Burnham-Snyder said the agency’s decision will likely result in “unwarranted expenditures,” but the company does not expect it to have a…

September 7, 2022
Natural Gas Futures Extend Losses Early Amid Concerns Over Cheniere LNG Decision

Natural Gas Futures Extend Losses Early Amid Concerns Over Cheniere LNG Decision

Natural gas futures continued to slide early Wednesday as traders mulled potential impacts to LNG exports from a reinstated pollution rule affecting two major U.S. terminals.  After plunging 64.1 cents in Tuesday’s trading, the October Nymex contract was down another 12.6 cents to $8.019/MMBtu at around 8:55 a.m. ET. Selling in Tuesday’s session occurred in…

September 7, 2022
Cheniere Teases 3 MMty Corpus LNG Expansion in FERC Letter

Cheniere Teases 3 MMty Corpus LNG Expansion in FERC Letter

Cheniere Energy Inc. outlined plans to add more than 3 million metric tons/year (mmty) of capacity and additional storage at its Corpus Christi LNG terminal in South Texas after inking deals for future capacity. The largest U.S. liquefied natural gas exporter is considering adding two midscale trains and a 220,000 cubic meter storage tank at…

August 30, 2022
Chart Industries CEO Expects LNG Plants to Go Up Faster as Projects Utilize New Designs

Chart Industries CEO Expects LNG Plants to Go Up Faster as Projects Utilize New Designs

As the world scrambles for more LNG, Chart Industries Inc. CEO Jillian Evanko sees the way that projects are built is changing rapidly in a way that’s allowing developers to deliver the super-chilled fuel faster. Timelines on projects that once took years to build are shrinking as more equipment for smaller, modular projects is being…

August 24, 2022
Natural Gas-Rich Alpine High Development Restarts, as APA ‘Tucks In’ Permian Delaware Buy

Natural Gas-Rich Alpine High Development Restarts, as APA ‘Tucks In’ Permian Delaware Buy

Houston super independent APA Corp., whose U.S. operations are focused in the Permian Basin, is taking a cue from higher natural gas and liquids prices to restart development in its almighty Alpine High portfolio. The executive team, led by CEO John J. Christmann IV, shared second quarter results in a recent conference call. The team…

August 11, 2022
Cheniere, NextDecade Each Clinch LNG Contracts for Asian Deliveries

Cheniere, NextDecade Each Clinch LNG Contracts for Asian Deliveries

The hot summer of long-term LNG supply contracts for U.S. exporters is continuing this week with another pair of separate sales and purchase agreements (SPA) by Cheniere Energy Inc. and NextDecade Corp. A Cheniere subsidiary secured a 1 million metric tons/year (mmty) SPA for liquefied natural gas with Thailand’s PTT Public Co. Ltd. (PTT). Houston-based…

July 27, 2022
Cheniere Previews Future Corpus Christi LNG Growth with 1.8 MMty PetroChina SPA

Cheniere Previews Future Corpus Christi LNG Growth with 1.8 MMty PetroChina SPA

Cheniere Energy Inc. announced it has inked an additional long-term LNG offtake contract with PetroChina Co. Ltd., building on its supply agreement hot streak and teasing its next generation of projects. Houston-based Cheniere has signed a 1.8 million metric ton/year (mmty) sales and purchase agreement (SPA) with existing customer, PetroChina. According to the SPA, liquefied…

July 20, 2022
Cheniere Sanctions Corpus LNG Expansion on ‘Significant Growth’

Cheniere Sanctions Corpus LNG Expansion on ‘Significant Growth’

Cheniere Energy Inc. said Wednesday it made a positive final investment decision (FID) to expand its Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in South Texas.  The project would add seven midscale liquefaction trains and 10 million metric tons/year (mmty) of capacity at the facility as global demand for LNG surges. “Reaching FID on…

June 22, 2022
API Calls on Biden Administration to Fast-Track LNG Export Approvals

API Calls on Biden Administration to Fast-Track LNG Export Approvals

The American Petroleum Institute (API) has put forth a 10-point policy plan it wants the Biden administration to adopt to promote U.S. oil and natural gas production – and ease the global energy crisis. “As energy costs and geopolitical instability around the world continue to rise, API is calling on policymakers to confront the global…

June 21, 2022
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