U.S. LNG firms take small steps to add export capacity despite coronavirus – Reuters

(Reuters) – U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) companies made small steps to add export capacity this week, even as global energy demand destruction from the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for new projects to move forward.

U.S. LNG exports were on track to rise for the first time in six months in August as the amount of pipeline gas flowing to the plants climbed from a 21-month low in July when buyers canceled dozens of cargoes.

Cheniere Energy Inc, the nation’s biggest LNG producer, said it plans to complete Train 6 at Sabine Pass in Louisiana in the second half of 2022.
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