Sempra’s Mexican LNG terminal: one cargo
Terminal has cash flow, although just one ship since Baja California facility opened in May; Tangguh will send cargoes in 2009
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Darcel L. Hulse is a man supervising a new billion-dollar LNG port, with a second one about to be completed. Only a single ship has called at his existing port near Ensenada, Mexico, since it began commercial operation in May.
But Hulse, Sempra LNG’s president and CEO, has rent coming in from Shell....
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