Tellurian Inc. is looking to join the wave of Gulf Coast LNG developers partnering with exploration and production (E&P) companies on tolling agreements to raise international exposure, executive chairman Martin Houston said Tuesday.

In a letter to shareholders, the Houston-based company’s co-founder said Tellurian’s marketing team had spent last week meeting with potential customers and market stakeholders about its Driftwood liquefied natural gas project.

While the Department of Energy’s (DOE) recent directive to pause LNG authorizations have presented complications for developers, Houston said “there is ample demand” in the market for future U.S. LNG volumes.

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