Brownsville loses some lustre

The Port of Brownsville in Texas has lost one of its three LNG export projects with the withdrawal of Annova LNG. Due to changes in the global LNG market, project operator Exelon Corporation announced the immediate discontinuation of its 6-train, 6.5m t/y Annova LNG export facility, planned for start-up in 2024. The 731-acre site along the south side of the Brownsville Ship Channel, was due to receive gas from Agua Dulce via the Valley Crossing Pipeline. Annova LNG had been positioning itself as the most sustainable and reliable provider of LNG from the United States. The two remaining projects in Brownsville are the 1-train, 2.0m t/y Texas LNG, approved by FERC and planned for 2023, and N

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