May 29 (Bloomberg) -- Cheniere Energy Inc.’s license to re-export previously imported liquefied natural gas from its Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana expires on May 31, according to the U.S. Department for Energy website.
An application to renew the two-year license was filed on March 30, data show. The licensing process usually takes about 90 days from receipt of application, John Anderson, a Washington-based official at the department, said by telephone today.
Fifteen LNG cargoes have been re-exported under Cheniere’s current two-year license to date, according to government data.
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