Please use a modern browser. This website is not designed for versions of Internet Explorer below IE10
masthead
masthead
masthead
masthead
menu
Terminal News

US FERC approves Texas LNG Brownsville export project

US FERC approves Texas LNG Brownsville export project
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has voted to authorise Texas LNG Brownsville's two train LNG export project in the Port of Brownsville, Texas.

The 4 million tonnes per annum facility will be build on a 625-acre sites and will enable the export of LNG to established and emerging markets. FERC's authorization is a crucial step in the environmental review process to site, construct and operate the facility.

Vivek Chandra, co-founder and CEO of Texas LNG, says: 'With the Texas LNG Brownsville project, we are developing a mid—sized LNG export facility to better connect abundant and low-cost US natural gas with the world's growing appetite for clean fuels, and we are so pleased to have reached this important milestone that paves the way for a final investment decision.'



Share: