Cameron LNG has sent out eight cargoes since May, reaching a level of three cargoes a month in August. The last cargo left on Sept. 7.
The company launched a two-month open season to solicit bids for space on Aug. 2. It faces stiff opposition from many Canadian producers, who say the tolls are unfair and the changes will limit their access to markets.
The Freeport LNG project in the U.S. has shipped its first commissioning cargo on a tanker bound for the UAE.
Pipeline operators recently have cut tariff rates to the U.S. Gulf Coast, encouraging flows and reducing the spread between Midland and Houston oil prices.
The expansion efforts are related to a previously announced contract agreement between NuStar and Valero to move refined products from Valero's Corpus Christi and Three Rivers refineries.
Trading firm will provide 10 Suezmax vessels and gain an 8.5% stake in Frontline.
NorthStar has executed an agreement with Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding to build a 5,400 cubic meter (CBM).
NuStar plans to load the shipment this weekend, following completion of the Cactus II pipeline system.
Frontline and Golden Ocean will acquire 15% and 10% interests in the joint venture respectively, while commodity trader Trafigura will contribute its existing physical bunkering activities and own the remaining 75%.