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Sempra Energy starts production from third train of Cameron LNG in Louisiana, US

Sempra Energy of US has started LNG production from the third and final train of first phase of the 12mil mt/year Cameron LNG export project in Louisiana, US. The Cameron LNG phase one includes three trains.
The second train of the project began commercial operations in March 2020, while the first train entered service in August 2019. Sempra had supplied around 58 cargoes from the Cameron LNG project so far.
The project sources natural gas through a new 34km-long pipeline expansion on the Cameron Interstate Pipeline system that interconnects with the Florida Gas transmission (FGT) and Trunkline gas pipelines.
Currently, Sempra is developing additional LNG export facilities on the Gulf Coast and Pacific Coast of North America through Cameron LNG expansion, Port Arthur LNG in Texas and Energía Costa Azul LNG in Mexico.

Sempra is the majority owner in the LNG project with a 50.2% interest. Partners in the project include affiliates of Total (16.6%), Mitsui & Co (16.6%), and Japan LNG Investment (16.6%), which is jointly owned by Mitsubishi and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK).
Sempra LNG chief executive officer Justin Bird said: “Congratulations to the entire Cameron LNG team for reaching this last major milestone toward full commercial operations for Phase 1 of this critical energy infrastructure facility.
“We look forward to the completion of this world-class LNG facility that will be an outlet for exporting abundant U.S. natural gas to world markets.”

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