Freeport LNG Again Delays Texas Export Plant Restart, Moves to Year End

Freeport LNG on Friday again delayed the restart of the LNG export plant in Texas which has been shut down since a June 8 explosion to the end of the year, pending regulatory approval. The Freeport terminal accounted for around 20% of all U.S. natural gas exports before the explosion and is the second-biggest U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility. pushing start-up plans for its Texas. Natural gas futures sold off sharply on the news, they had already been … Continue reading “Freeport LNG Again Delays Texas Export Plant Restart, Moves to Year End”