Sempra gets test cargo for Gulf terminal
Signs deal with Qatar to bring as many as 50 LNG cargoes to its Gulf port, while Mexican terminal expects Tangguh shipments soon
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Sempra LNG is on a run of good news, with its $900 million terminal on the Gulf of Mexico about ready for commercial operations, a contract with Qatar for deliveries to that terminal, and the startup of the BP-led Tangguh LNG plant that will supply gas to Sempra’s West Coast port later this quarter.....
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Lots of Qatar LNG
Tangguh starts up
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