U.S. Approves Cancellation of Calhoun LNG Texas Import Terminal

The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved Calhoun LNG’s decision not to proceed with an import terminal in Texas.

Calhoun LNG filed a request on Dec. 14 to vacate FERC’s authorization to construct and operate a 1 billion cubic feet-a- day receiving terminal for liquefied natural gas at Port Lavaca, the regulator said yesterday on its website.

Calhoun LNG officials didn’t respond to an e-mail seeking comment sent outside office hours.

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