FERC set to decide fate of Venture Global’s CP2 project in Cameron Parish

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Federal regulators are set to decide the fate of a long-stalled natural gas export project that has been at the center of a political firestorm over climate change and energy policy, reports Bloomberg.

Venture Global LNG Inc.’s massive export project CP2 in Cameron Parish is set for a vote by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at its June 27 meeting, according to the posted agenda.

The project, which has been the subject of protests from environmentalist Bill McKibben and other climate activists, has been pending more than 10 months before the independent regulatory agency, making it one of the longest to sit before the commission. Read more.