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    Freeport LNG Wins Approval for Export Plans

    Freeport LNG Development LP has received US regulatory approval to proceed with plans to build a liquefied natural gas export project in Texas, according to Bloomberg. With approval from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Freeport LNG plans three units, each with a capacity of 4.4 million metrics tons of LNG a year.

    Bloomberg noted that the US Department of Energy has already given the Freeport LNG project conditional approval to export gas. Freeport LNG will need to adhere to more than 80 conditions to reduce potential environmental harm.

     

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