Environmentalists Don't Want You To Know This, But Here's How Natural Gas Is Changing America

Sabine Pass Seeks to Export Remaining U.S. LNG from Proposed Expansion

Sabine Pass Liquefaction has applied to the US Department of Energy to export an additional 860,000 Mcf/d of gas from its liquefied natural gas terminal in Louisiana. The Cheniere Energy subsidiary is seeking to export to countries that have free trade agreements with the US as well as to non-FTA…

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