Tellurian Inc. over the weekend took another step toward sanctioning its massive natural gas export project on the Gulf Coast with a proposed agreement to sell a significant portion of capacity to India’s state-owned Petronet LNG Ltd.
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As Tellurian Inc. looks to spend the rest of 2019 completing agreements to move forward with its proposed Driftwood liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Louisiana, management sees global prices reaching an “inflection point” either this winter or in 2020.
Additional infrastructure is critical to balancing the U.S. natural gas market as the country is already awash in supplies, with more on the way, but selling that story to investors is difficult, developers of second-wave liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects said at a recent conference in Houston.
Global liquefied natural gas exports from the Gulf Coast are set to expand as the first of three trains at the Cameron liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Louisiana achieved first production Tuesday, developer Sempra Energy said.
Houston-based Tellurian Inc., which has a natural gas export project in the queue, has launched separate, binding open seasons through June 21 to gauge interest in two pipelines to move supply in Louisiana, including from the Haynesville Shale, to the Gulf Coast.
Tellurian Inc. has launched a binding open season for a natural gas pipeline that would carry at least 2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin to the Louisiana coast.
Total SA’s stake in Tellurian Inc.’s planned Louisiana liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project is nearing the $1 billion mark after the French major agreed to invest another $500 million in the facility.
Houston-based Tellurian Inc., whose go big or go home strategy is designed to move more U.S. onshore natural gas from the Permian Basin and Haynesville Shale to overseas markets, said about 25 customers/partners have expressed interest in becoming part of the planned Louisiana export facility.
Liquefied natural gas exporters have a smorgasbord of options to offer buyers as the global market expands, but one thing is clear: it’s no longer only for long-term buyers.
Houston-based Tellurian Inc., which is building a global natural gas business centered around Gulf Coast exports and onshore upstream development, has an estimated $29 billion in “near-term investments,” CEO Meg Gentle said Thursday.