Cheniere deal with China brings LNG developer closer to sanctioning new train
Cheniere Energy Inc.'s agreement to supply China National Petroleum Corp. with long-term gas volumes from its Corpus Christi, Texas, export terminal brings the U.S. LNG developer one step closer to sanctioning a third train at the facility.
Update: Cheniere told to remove from service 2 LNG storage tanks after gas leak
Federal safety regulators told Cheniere Energy Inc. to remove from service two of five 3.4-Bcfe LNG storage tanks at its Sabine Pass LNG terminal after an LNG leak and vapor release.
Texas LNG changes design of storage tanks, citing safety
The developer of the proposed 4 million-tonne-per-annum Texas LNG project is changing the design of its LNG storage tanks to satisfy requests from federal safety regulators.
Republican congressman sees 'huge' geopolitical impact from LNG export bill
Removing the U.S. Department of Energy from the LNG export permitting process would have a "huge" geopolitical impact, according to a Republican congressman from Ohio who introduced a bill aimed at expediting export approvals to countries that do not have free trade agreements with the U.S.
'We're going through gas really quick,' manufacturing chief says on exports
The leaders of trade groups representing U.S. LNG exporters and U.S. manufacturers went head to head at a conference in Washington, D.C., with one saying LNG exports would have limited impact on domestic natural gas prices and the other saying gas consumers should be concerned.
Florida Gas renews demand for certificate for Gulf Coast expansion
For a second time, Florida Gas Transmission Co. LLC asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to immediately approve its East-West natural gas expansion project that would provide customers in Texas with an incremental 275 MMcf/d.