Sempra brings first LNG to West Coast
Terminal on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula can handle a billion cubic feet daily — but supplies could be problem in tight Pacific market
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The first LNG terminal on North America’s West Coast has cleared performance tests and is ready to start commercial operations.
But whether producers in the Pacific market will send significant quantities of liquefied natural gas to the port remains a question of availability, as well as price.
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