Cheniere

Cheniere Completes Third Sabine Pass Loading Dock to Boost Operations – The Offtake

A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight: Cheniere Energy Inc. will be working through January to demobilize construction crews at its Sabine Pass LNG facility and file required information after completing construction on its third marine berth, according to a filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The additional berth, completed in…

January 12, 2023
Column: Are U.S. Natural Gas Producers Ready to Enter the LNG Market, and Is There a Place for Them?

Column: Are U.S. Natural Gas Producers Ready to Enter the LNG Market, and Is There a Place for Them?

Ten years have passed since Cheniere Energy Inc. ushered in the era of modern U.S. LNG exports by sanctioning the first two liquefaction trains at the Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana.

January 11, 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
Cheniere Cleared to Put Shuttered Sabine Pass LNG Tank Back In Service

Cheniere Cleared to Put Shuttered Sabine Pass LNG Tank Back In Service

Federal regulators have given Cheniere Energy Inc. approval to return a liquefied natural gas storage tank to service that’s been closed for over four years at its Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana.  Last week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) approved Cheniere’s request to place the 3.4…

November 8, 2022
Cheniere Energy Again Hit by Volatile LNG Prices Despite Record Output

Cheniere Energy Again Hit by Volatile LNG Prices Despite Record Output

Cheniere Energy Inc. continues to deliver increasing volumes of LNG and said Thursday its production hit a record last week, but the company reported a steep third quarter loss related to the purchase of feed gas at prices linked to international benchmarks. CEO Jack Fusco said liquefied natural gas output at the company’s terminals in…

November 3, 2022

Freeport LNG Files Compliance Report at FERC – The Offtake

A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight Freeport LNG Development LP filed a certificate of compliance report at FERC late Wednesday, bringing the project one step closer to restarting after an explosion knocked the facility offline in June. The document was confidential and unavailable to the public. The company is still targeting…

November 3, 2022
Woodside Diversifying Portfolio, Growing European Exposure with U.S. LNG

Woodside Diversifying Portfolio, Growing European Exposure with U.S. LNG

While Woodside Energy Group Ltd. is pushing ahead with multi-billion dollar natural gas development projects to secure the future of its Australian assets, it made moves in the third quarter to grow its exposure to European markets with help from some added U.S. LNG. The third quarter was Woodside’s first full earnings period since it…

October 26, 2022
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
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