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Sempra strikes deal to expand Cameron LNG

San Diego utility company Sempra Energy and Japanese industrial conglomerate Mitsui & Co. have entered into a memorandum of understanding to expand Cameron LNG...

Trump picks Louisiana native as Energy Secretary

President Donald Trump last week announced he intends to nominate Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s deputy, Dan Brouillette, to succeed him at the helm of...
Austin Chalk

The Austin Chalk revisited

The initial optimism that fracking technology would breathe new life into Louisiana’s Austin Chalk shale play has waned a bit in the last year....
Haynesville Shale

DTE Midstream acquiring gathering system, pipeline in Louisiana’s Haynesville shale

Detroit's DTE Midstream is acquiring a gathering system and gathering pipeline in the Haynesville shale formation of Louisiana for $2.25 billion in cash. Under the...
Cameron LNG

Cameron LNG gets regulatory approvals for Train 2

Federal authorities issued Sempra Energy's Cameron LNG export facility in Hackberry multiple regulatory approvals last week for commissioning-related procedures at its second liquefaction train,...
Sabine Pass

Feds: Sabine Pass marine berth expansion may impact fish habitat

A proposed marine berth expansion project to boost cargo exports at Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass LNG has drawn concerns from the National Marine Fisheries...
Freight

Louisiana, other global freight rates surge with sanctions

Freight rates for supertankers from the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port to Singapore TD-LPP-SIN climbed to a record $9.28 a barrel last week, Reuters reports. But...

LNG’s road is rockier, but focus is on 2025 demand

No one could have predicted that a trade war would ensue between the U.S. and LNG’s biggest customer. But Jason French, vice president of...

Chevron exec: Future is now as offshore, inshore demands intensify

Chevron Senior Executive Kimberly McHugh says the pace of technology is accelerating as extracting oil from Texas and Louisiana shale plays gets more difficult...

Briggs: Oil and gas industries ‘losing the public relations battle’

Louisiana Oil & Gas Association President Gifford Briggs encouraged LOGA members to become more active on social media and to “tell the industry’s story”...

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