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Cheniere against renegotiating contract; Cameron LNG again delayed

'A contract is a contract,' Cheniere CEO says after report of wavering LNG buyer

After an Indian news outlet reported that GAIL (India) Ltd. is looking to renegotiate the terms of its 20-year contract for LNG from Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana, Cheniere CEO Jack Fusco said he expects customers to hold up their end of the bargain.

Sempra's Cameron LNG again delayed as contractor asks for more money

The Cameron LNG export project on the coast of western Louisiana will not enter service until 2019, Sempra Energy announced Aug. 4, and the contractor building the multibillion-dollar facility wants to be paid beyond the amount defined in the lump-sum agreement.

Cameron LNG contractor pins 6-month delay on labor productivity, weather

The recently announced delay in building Sempra Energy's Cameron LNG export terminal is largely the result of lower-than-expected construction worker productivity, weather challenges and increased labor costs, a contractor on the project said after reporting massive losses related in part to the setback.

US a net gas exporter for several months in 2017

As U.S. natural gas imports from Canada slow, pipeline shipments to Mexico climb and LNG exports overseas continue to ramp up, allowing the U.S. to export more gas than it imported in three of the first five months of 2017, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Energy World brings LNG terminal to FERC for early review

An Energy World International Ltd. affiliate applied for early review of a proposed 5 million-tonne-per-annum LNG export project in Lafourche Parish, La., that would serve the company's gas-fired power plants in the Asia-Pacific region, U.S. marine demand and other markets.

Driftwood LNG contractor wraps up early work for proposed export project

Tellurian Inc. said its contractor has completed the front-end engineering and design work for the proposed Driftwood LNG export project, which is going through the federal authorization process for 20 modular liquefaction trains that would be capable of producing a total of 26 million tonnes per annum of LNG.