Category Archives: Annova LNG

DOE Licenses Four Texas Projects

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has granted four long-term authorizations to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to nations that do not have free trade agreements (non-FTA countries) with the United States: Texas LNG Brownsville (Texas LNG) –  204.4 Bcf/yr (0.56 bcf/d). Annova LNG Common Infrastructure (Annova LNG) – 60 bcf/yr (0.99 bcf/d). Rio Grande […]

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Categories: Annova LNG, Corpus Christi, NextDecade, Rio Grande, Texas LNG


Annova LNG Secures Pipeline Deal

Annova Secures Supply Deal With Enbridge (NatGas Intel, Subscription) Leticia Gonzales (Jan. 23): Annova LNG has scored a 20-year supply deal that would access multiple receipt points with major pipelines in the Agua Dulce area to feed its Brownsville, Texas, project. The precedent agreement with Enbridge’s Valley Crossing Pipeline (VCP) would provide transportation for the […]

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Categories: Annova LNG, Enbridge


Brownsville and Corpus Projects Approved

Four U.S. LNG Projects Authorized by FERC During its Open Meeting today (Nov. 21), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) authorized the three Brownsville, Texas, LNG export projects (Rio Grande, Annova, Texas LNG) and Cheniere’s Corpus Christi Phase III project. This brings the number of major LNG projects authorized by FERC since the beginning of […]

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Categories: Annova LNG, FERC, Rio Grande, Texas LNG


Annova Supports Ocelots

Pledges 1,400 Acres for Ocelot Conservation (Chron, Subscription) Sergio Chapa (Oct. 23): The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service gave a nod of approval to Annova LNG’s proposed 6 mtpa project after Annova pledged to set aside more than 1,400 acres of land and enact other measures to help preserve the endangered ocelot and jaguarundi. The […]

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