Cameron LNG Requests 6-year Delay to Expansion

Wednesday, 29 January 2020

Sempra-led joint venture put a preliminary stop to ‘Expansion Project’ of Cameron LNG and gains time to assess market development as trading conditions for US LNG toughened in 2H 2019

Reflecting the increasingly tough market for US LNG, Cameron LNG has requested to be able to delay the construction of the ‘Expansion Project’ of its LNG plant in Louisiana until May 2026 in a regulatory filing with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) dated 24 January. The LNG development’s joint venture does not currently plan to make the final investment decision (FID) before mid-2021. Under the current FERC-approved plan, Cameron LNG would need to put the ‘Expansion Project’ into service by end-2020.

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