NextDecade cuts one Rio Grande LNG train in optimization move

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By Mirza Duran US company NextDecade said on Monday it would ditch one train from its proposed Rio LNG export plant in Texas as part of an optimization move that includes slashing emissions.

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The original design for Rio Grande LNG included six trains each capable of producing 4.5 million tonnes per year.

NextDecade believes that the LNG plant is now capable of producing the same planned total volumes with just five trains.

The LNG developer says it has during its pre-FID activities worked “diligently” to reduce the environmental impacts of the project.

The technologies that the company selected and filed with the US FERC

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