FERC has granted a request from Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC (KMLP) to place into service the Sabine Pass Liquefaction Lateral and Sabine Pass Liquefaction Tap in Cameron Parish, LA.
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Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc. is asking FERC for authorization to introduce feed gas and refrigerants to continue its commissioning activities for Train 5 at the Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Cameron Parish, LA.
Barclays Capital analysts on Tuesday raised their Henry Hub natural gas price forecasts for the final six months on lower-than-expected storage back-up and the accelerated startup of two Gulf Coast gas export projects by Cheniere Energy Inc.
Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc. late Thursday was granted approval to begin feeding natural gas into the first planned export project in Texas, signaling the Corpus Christi terminal could produce the first commissioning cargo before year’s end.
Cheniere Energy Inc.-backed Midship Pipeline Co. LLC on Monday was given the green light by FERC to build its long-awaited 1.44 Bcf/d natural gas pipeline that would move supply from the prolific Anadarko Basin to the Gulf Coast for potential export.
Cheniere Energy Inc. has snapped up another natural gas export contract with Taiwan’s state-owned oil and gas company.
Japan’s Osaka Gas Co. Ltd., which has agreements to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Freeport LNG project on the Texas coast once it ramps up, on Friday agreed to put more skin in the game through a $144.5 million deal with Houston-based Sabine Oil and Gas Corp. to buy into a gassy Haynesville Shale project.
U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have arrived, and recent North American market events show how the growing push-and-pull between domestic and global gas markets is here to stay, according to RBN Energy LLC analyst Sheetal Nasta.
Cheniere Energy Inc. is raising its full-year earnings guidance because pricing for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is “stronger and more durable” than originally forecast, CEO Jack Fusco said Friday.
A liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker owned by a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc arrived at Dominion’s new export facility on Chesapeake Bay in Maryland on Wednesday and was expected to depart possibly within hours with the facility’s first cargo.