US Regulator Suspends Review Schedule for Venture Global LNG Plant

Venture Global LNG has said it planned to make a FID to build CP2, to be located on the Calcasieu Ship Channel in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, in mid-2023 with first LNG expected in 2026.

Reuters

The U.S. energy regulator suspended its environmental review schedule for Venture Global LNG’s proposed CP2 LNG export project, citing deficiencies in filings.

The U.S. FERC said on July 6 that while the schedule for its environmental reviews was suspended, it would continue to process the proposal “to the extent possible” based on information received thus far.

FERC’s original schedule set a July 2022 issue date for a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and a February 2023 date for the project's final EIS.

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