¬†Sempra Energy began production Tuesday at Cameron LNG, one of three North American liquefaction projects that the domestic electricity and natural gas provider is counting on to make it a major global supplier.¬† The highly anticipated startup of the first train at the Hackberry, Louisiana, facility, celebrated with a visit by President Donald Trump, marks the fourth such US project to begin operations since 2016, as the US looks to give shale gas producers more outlets from key basins along the Gulf Coast, in the Midcontinent region and in the Northeast. Sempra has proposed adding liquefaction facilities at Port Arthur, Texas, and Baja California, Mexico, as part of an ultimate goal of supplying up to 45 million mt/year of LNG to Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The $10 billion Cameron LNG […]

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