Shipment comes as China returns to work and increases its demand for power.
"The recent fall in LNG prices to record lows has not dented investor interest in setting up new LNG export facilities in the United States," FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee says.
Plans included working from home and banning non-essential travel.
Brouillette says he expects the Chinese to honor their agreement to buy $50 billion of US oil, LNG and coal over two years.
Despite headwinds facing Appalachia natural gas drillers, the president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, David Spigelmyer, told Hart Energy the news is not all bad from the region.
Worries about exports have eased, with China back to accepting shipments.
As the coronavirus spreads globally, U.S. LNG exporters brace for shut-ins.
It’s too early to gauge the impact of the coronavirus on the near-term market, say executives.