Originally published for customers November 23, 2022 What’s the issue? At the end of March, New Fortress Energy announced that it had filed for permits from the U.S. Maritime Administration, the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Department of Energy to site, construct and operate a new offshore LNG liquefaction terminal off the coast of Louisiana with a capacity of approximately 145 Bcf of natural gas per year. NFE said it ...
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