In a win-win for NextDecade Corp., the technology adopted by the developer for its proposed Rio Grande liquefied natural gas (RGLNG) project in South Texas is to be capable of producing more super-chilled fuel with lower emissions. With the technology, the footprint of the 27 million metric tons/year project would be reduced to five production…
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NextDecade Corp. said Monday it now expects to make a final investment decision (FID) on its Rio Grande liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project on the South Texas coast next year as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to upend energy markets.
Enbridge Inc. has agreed to acquire the Rio Bravo Pipeline Co. and assume full ownership of the 4.5 Bcf/d system that would feed NextDecade Corp.’s proposed RioGrande liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility.
Abu Dhabi-based sovereign investor Mubadala Investment Co. has agreed to purchase $50 million in common stock in Houston-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer NextDecade Corp., the companies announced Thursday.
NextDecade Corp. and Enbridge Inc. on Wednesday announced a memorandum of understanding to pursue the Rio Bravo Pipeline, as well as other natural gas pipelines, to transport supply to NextDecade’s proposed gas export project near the South Texas border in Brownsville.
After a recent mechanical issue, the Freeport liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on Quintana Island off the upper Texas coast now expects to ship its first export cargo late this month, the company said Friday.
Kathleen M. Eisbrenner, an oil and gas pioneer who founded and chaired NextDecade Corp., has died. She was 58.
Nearly three years after first filing for the projects, NextDecade Corp. said FERC issued final environmental impact statements (EIS) for its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in South Texas and an associated pipeline system that would supply the terminal.
Texas regulators have OK’d a series of air permits to advance a liquified natural gas export project in far South Texas near the Mexico border.
NextDecade Corp. said it is considering a plan to use two production trains for its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in South Texas, but it still plans to eventually have six trains running at the facility near the Mexican border.