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Texas LNG Brownsville approved to build LNG export facility

by Kali Persall

Houston-based Texas LNG Brownsville has been approved to construct its proposed two-train, 4 million tonnes per annum LNG export facility in the Port of Brownsville, Texas.

The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) greenlighted the project on Nov. 21, following four years of environmental, safety and security reviews that analyzed publicly available data, federal and state agency input, stakeholders’ comments, and extensive engineering, safety, and design information provided by Texas LNG Brownsville.

According to Texas LNG Brownsville, the facility offers access to low-cost, abundant Permian Basin feed gas using third-party pipeline infrastructure. The 4 MTA size of the facility is expected to meet the need of global LNG customers seeking smaller contracted volumes in order to diversify their gas supply portfolio.

Texas LNG Brownsville said the authorization is a crucial step in the environmental review process to site, construct and opera

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