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The Political Plot Thickens As LNG Export Approvals Trickle In
The anticipated liquefied natural gas (LNG) export boom has taken another small step forward.
After signing off on just two export licenses, a third proposal was given the green light by the Department of Energy on Thursday.
This one belongs to a joint venture of British major BG Group - available via American Depository Receipts (ADRs) in the U.S. (OTC: BRGYY) - and the Southern Union division of Energy Transfer Partners, LP (NYSE: ETP).
The joint venture is now approved to export of up to 2 billion cubic feet of LNG a day for the next 20 years from a new facility at Lake Charles, LA to any nation not on a sanctions list.