Change at Corpus Christi suggests Cheniere wants quicker way to market
A change to expansion plans for Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Corpus Christi terminal shows the U.S. LNG export pioneer is looking for ways to bring new capacity to market even as buyers demand shorter-term contracts for smaller volumes, analysts said.
Court cancels argument in 3 cases challenging LNG export orders
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will no longer hear oral arguments in the Sierra Club's challenges of three U.S. Department of Energy orders approving LNG exports, a sign that judges will likely echo their ruling upholding export authorization for the Freeport LNG terminal in Texas.
Cheniere swaps in midscale project to boost size of Corpus Christi expansion
Cheniere Energy Inc. decided to replace a proposed two-train expansion at its LNG export terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas, with seven smaller trains from a midscale project the company unveiled as a possibility in November 2016.
Cheniere's Sabine Pass LNG train 4 authorized for service
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed Cheniere Energy Inc. companies to begin service for natural gas liquefaction and export activities from facilities that make up the fourth train at the Sabine Pass export terminal.
Chevron achieves 1st LNG production at Wheatstone facility in Australia
Chevron Corp. began LNG production at the Wheatstone facility in western Australia, with the first cargo scheduled to be shipped in the next few weeks.
Report: GAIL India looks to renegotiate US, Russia LNG contracts
GAIL (India) Ltd is looking to renegotiate the rate of LNG it has contracted from the U.S. and Russia to reflect the current market, the Press Trust of India reported Oct. 4, citing officials familiar with the matter.