Cheniere’s Sabine Pass requests FERC to place Train 1 into service

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By LNG World News Cheniere’s unit, Sabine Pass has on Friday submitted a request with the U.S. FERC to place the first liquefaction train at the Lousiana export facility into service.
Houston-based Cheniere started exporting LNG from the Sabine Pass facility, the first of its kind to ship U.S. shale gas overseas, in February. Since then, the company shipped seven commissioning cargoes from the plant to South America, Asia and Europe.
According to the document sent to FERC, Sabine Pass Liquefaction and Sabine Pass LNG, both units of Cheniere, are requesting authorization to place the following facilities in service on or before May 3: Train 1

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