LNG terminal gets FERC go-ahead
Cheniere milestones come as Trinidad adds big new production train in tight world market for low-polluting fuel
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
Another LNG terminal on the Gulf Coast has received all its permits for construction just as the huge liquefied natural gas complex in Trinidad added production capacity.
Cheniere Energy Inc. announced Dec. 16 it has received authorization from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build a te....
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