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Listen: Commercial activity heats up as Gastech gets underway in Houston

S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber and S&P Global Market Intelligence natural gas reporter Corey Paul discuss with Platts senior digital editor Jason Lindquist the highlights of the first day of the Gastech conference in Houston.

Offtake deals involving LNG Limited's proposed Magnolia LNG and Cheniere Energy's proposed midscale liquefaction expansion at its Texas export terminal were announced, while policymakers and regulators talked up efforts to expedite permit applications for other worthy projects.

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