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Listen: Cheniere looks to lead on ESG just as it does on US LNG

Cheniere, the biggest exporter of LNG in the US, is working to secure sufficient buyer interest for a proposed mid-scale expansion at its Corpus Christi liquefaction facility in Texas. It is also pursuing initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint at Corpus Christi and at its Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana, and give customers more information about the life-cycle emissions of its cargoes.

S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber is joined by Anatol Feygin, Cheniere Energy's chief commercial officer, for a discussion about current trends in the global LNG market, with a special emphasis on North America and the energy transition.

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