Gas flows to U.S. LNG export plants down ahead of hurricane Delta

Cheniere Energy Inc and Cameron LNG reduced the amount of natural gas flowing to their LNG export plants in Louisiana on Thursday as Hurricane Delta approaches the Gulf Coast. Officials at both companies were not immediately available for comment but have said they were watching the storm and have procedures in place to keep plant workers and equipment safe. The last time a major hurricane, Laura, passed close to Cameron and Cheniere’s Sabine Pass, both companies evacuated personnel and shut the facilities before the storm made landfall. Hurricane Delta is expected to slam into southwest Louisiana near Cameron and Sabine on Friday afternoon with winds of over 100 miles per hour (161 kp

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