Sempra LNG expansion gets lots of interest
Company says potential customers want 2.9 billion cubic feet daily in new supplies from Baja California facility
For Petroleum News
Sempra’s new LNG terminal under construction near Ensenada, Mexico, has plenty of interest from shippers if the facility is expanded — interest for a staggering 2.9 billion cubic feet of daily capacity, or nearly half the amount California now consumes.
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