The Louisiana Energy Export Association (LEEA) recently signed an agreement to become an affiliate of the Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance/Chamber SWLA. LEEA represents Louisiana liquefied natural gas (LNG) companies that intend to produce LNG to be exported to the world.
The Trump administration’s newly imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum are expected to increase construction costs across the nation, including Louisiana, threatening the future on a number of industrial sector projects along the Gulf Coast.
Houston-based Tellurian Inc. (Nasdaq: TELL) has awarded Bechtel Oil, Gas and Chemicals Inc. — the Houston-based subsidiary of California-based Bechtel Corp. — a collection of four engineering, procurement and construction agreements for its flagship liquefied natural gas terminal near Lake Charles, Louisiana.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Delfin Midstream, developing the first floating facility to export U.S. natural gas, has sealed a preliminary 15-year sales deal with city gas distributor China Gas Holdings, Delfin founder and Chief Executive Officer Frederick Jones said.
The shale drilling boom over the last decade has propelled the U.S. into a dominant position in the natural gas export market, and Louisiana is at the forefront of that change, industry representatives said at Thursday's closing presentation of the Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exposition.
TOKYO — The U.S. is keen to work with Japan in expanding exports of U.S. liquefied natural gas in Asia, a move that bodes well for export terminals being developed along the Louisiana and Texas coasts.
A Texan by birth, Jason French spends most of his time in Louisiana these days, working to make Tellurian a leading voice in the state’s growing LNG industry. Driftwood LNG, a subsidiary of Tellurian, is developing a liquefied natural gas production and export terminal on the west bank of the Calcasieu River that will be able to export up to 26 million tons of LNG to customers around the world.
With more than $88 billion in LNG projects planned, under construction or in operation, the state is poised to become the center of the LNG universe, Business Report details in a new feature in the current issue.
In this Q&A, PointLogic Energy discusses how Louisiana is on the road to becoming an “energy superpower,” in the words of Jason French, who is the first chairman of the recently created Louisiana Energy Export Association (LEEA).
Several companies invested in the LNG industry in Louisiana and the World Trade Center of New Orleans have formed a new trade group to promote the industry’s growth in the state and push for favorable public policies that would spur investment and job creation in the sector.