Ten long-delayed LNG export terminals could lose approvals under new policy


A new policy by the Biden administration’s Energy Department will reportedly put 10 long-delayed U.S LNG export terminal projects at risk.

The Energy Department recently announced it would crack down on requests by companies to push back start dates for liquefied natural gas export terminals. As a result, four of the projects in Texas, four in Louisiana and one each in Arkansas and Mississippi are at risk because they failed to secure financial backing to begin construction reported Oil & Gas Watch.

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