Management for Cheniere Energy Inc., the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer in the United States, does “not view significant or prolonged curtailment of U.S. LNG production as a likely scenario” despite the recent cancellation of two cargoes and growing uncertainty about the impacts of the coronavirus.
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A lawsuit between Cheniere Energy Inc. and Tellurian Inc. has been dismissed by a Texas district court. A $400 million counterclaim by Chenieres one-time business partner Parallax Enterprises LLC also was dismissed, days before a trial was set to begin in Harris County District Court in Houston.*
A lawsuit between Cheniere Energy Inc. and Tellurian Inc. has been dismissed by a Texas district court. A $400 million counterclaim by Cheniere’s one-time business partner Parallax Enterprises LLC also was dismissed, days before a trial was set to begin in Harris County District Court in Houston.*
Cheniere Energy Inc. has big plans for growing its extensive liquefaction capabilities, with further brownfield expansions being considered at the Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, which management said is an “ideal location to match new gas supply with global LNG demand over the long term.”
Houston, often called the energy capital of the world, served as a fitting backdrop for Cheniere Energy Inc. to announce a long-term deal to tap Permian Basin natural gas for a planned expansion at its Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal. Freeport LNG signed a deal of its own with Redwood Markets Inc., launching an online storefront to sell cargoes ahead of the peak winter season.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports may begin from the first production unit at Cameron LNG after federal regulators on Friday approved in-service for the Hackberry, LA, terminal.
After bringing online two liquefaction trains earlier this spring, management for Cheniere Energy Inc. said the ongoing trade spat between the United States and China, which revved up a notch early Friday, has had no impact on its liquefied natural gas (LNG) business and is not going to slow the commercialization of the proposed expansion of its Corpus Christi export terminal in South Texas.
Cheniere Energy Inc. remains ahead of the race in sending U.S. natural gas into the global marketplace, but other developers continue to face delays that put into question the timing of a more than 7 Bcf/d projected bump in feed gas deliveries.
In a move to illustrate the European Union’s (EU) commitment to its joint agreement to strengthen diplomatic ties with the United States, the European Commission reported Friday that the EU has boosted U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports by 181% to 7.9 billion cubic meters (Bcm) since the agreement was announced last July.
FERC has granted Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc.’s request to begin service for liquefaction and export activities from the Train 1 and associated Stage 1 outside battery limits facilities at its Corpus Christi liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in South Texas.