USA: Societe Generale Says Cheniere Can Make Sabine Pass Export Decision After Fenosa Deal
Societe Generale today said that Cheniere Energy can take a final investment decision on phase 1 of its Sabine Pass LNG export project after it has yesterday signed a supply deal with Gas Natural Fenosa, Bloomberg reported.
“This latest deal should allow construction of the liquefaction facilities, two trains capable of producing up to 9 million tons a year, at Sabine Pass to commence in 2012”, Societe Generale said in a report.
Gas Natural Fenosa has yesterday agreed to buy 3.5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG from Cheniere Energy. The first LNG deliveries are expected to commence in 2016.
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