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DOE Authorizes Gulf LNG Liquefaction to Export to Non-FTA Nations

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued an order authorizing Gulf LNG Liquefaction Company LLC to export, over a 20-year term, up to 558.9 Bcf/yr of LNG from its proposed Gulf LNG Liquefaction Project in Jackson County, Miss., to nations without a free trade agreement with the United States (non-FTA).  

Cameron LNG Authorized to Begin Commercial Service

FERC has approved a request made by Cameron LNG, a Sempra Energy affiliate, to begin commercial liquefaction and LNG export activities from its terminal near Hackberry, La. Read more in the Reuters report.  

FERC Authorizes Commissioning of Freeport LNG Train 1

FERC has issued a letter authorizing Freeport LNG to introduce hazardous fluids for the commissioning of Train 1 and associated utility systems at Freeport LNG’s Liquefaction Facility on Quintana Island, Texas.  

Cameron LNG Requests Authorization to Place Train 1 into Service

Cameron LNG has filed a letter with FERC requesting authorization to place Train 1 and related facilities in-service at its Hackberry, La., liquefaction and LNG export terminal. The letter states that Cameron LNG has successfully completed commissioning of Train 1, the OSBL facilities, and the associated regas facility equipment and has completed all necessary preparations to place...

Venture Global Obtains $10 Billion in Binding Commitments for its $5.8 Billion Calcasieu Pass LNG Project

Venture Global LNG, Inc. announced that it has received over $10 billion in binding commitments for construction financing of its proposed $5.8 billion Calcasieu Pass LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, La. According to the press release, “the transaction is nearly two times oversubscribed, prior to retail syndication. The proceeds of the construction financing, along with the equity...

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