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Construction to begin on sixth LNG export facility in Corpus Christi

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Cheniere Energy, Inc. has announced that the ink on final investments is drying and the awaited liquefaction export project near Corpus Christi, Texas is on the road to completion. On Wednesday, the company’s Board of Directors made the call to Bechtel Oil, Gas and Chemicals, Inc. to commence construction of the first two natural gas liquefaction trains. The CCL Project ...

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House passes bill aimed at expediting natural gas exports

WASHINGTON — Continuing its charge on energy, the Republican-controlled House on Wednesday passed a bill aimed at expediting approvals of natural gas exports. In a 277-133 vote, the House approved a bill giving the Energy Department a 30-day deadline to authorize natural gas exports from facilities after they are reviewed and approved. It’s the third energy-related bill passed by the ...

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GOP Congress to confront Obama early on energy, health care

The new Republican-led Congress convenes Tuesday with GOP leaders eager to get President Barack Obama’s signature on some bills and to confront him with others. Top items on their agenda include: —Energy: The Senate’s first bill would approve construction of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, designed to pump oil from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast. Republicans and some Democrats ...

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Pemex wants to build a natural gas export terminal

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Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex and Mexico’s state-owned energy company, said it wants to build a liquefied natural gas export terminal off the Pacific coast of Oaxaca and is looking for private funds to help with the expenses. Mexico is already a huge crude oil exporter, and is in the process of expanding its energy sector due to new ...

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