By Mirza Duran US company NextDecade has received approval from federal regulators to ditch one train from its proposed Rio Grande LNG export plant in Texas.
The original design for Rio Grande LNG included six trains each capable of producing 4.5 million tonnes per year.
However, NextDecade announced in July it would be able of producing the same total volumes with just five trains in an optimization move that includes slashing emissions.
This would lead to 21 percent lower total carbon dioxide equivalent emissions and shortened construction timeline for the full 27 mtpa project, it said.
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