The 4 million metric tons/year Texas liquefied natural gas (LNG) project under development in South Texas announced a deal with Enbridge Inc. on Tuesday to expand the Valley Crossing Pipeline to feed the proposed export terminal. 

Texas LNG, a subsidiary of energy infrastructure development firm Glenfarne Group LLC, said it signed a precedent agreement to expand Valley Crossing to bring 720 MMcf/d to the terminal over 20 years. 

The LNG export project is one of about nine targeting a final investment decision (FID) in North America this year. It has not yet signed any binding long-term agreements to sell LNG, which are generally required to secure financing. 

When asked about the progress of any deals on Tuesday, a project spokesperson referred NGI to prepared remarks by...