First LNG commissioning cargo set to depart Sabine Pass LNG terminal: Cheniere
HOUSTON -- Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P. said Wednesday that the first commissioning cargo with LNG produced from the first liquefaction train of its Sabine Pass project in Cameron Parish, La., will depart imminently. The LNG is loading on the LNG carrier Asia Vision and will be heading to Brazil.
"Today we will finish loading the first commissioning cargo of LNG from our Sabine Pass LNG terminal. This historic event opens a new chapter for the country in energy trade and is a significant milestone for Cheniere as we prepare Train 1 for commercial operations," said Neal Shear, chairman of the board and interim CEO of Cheniere Partners.
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