As it prepares to start production of its first liquefaction train, Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG is asking US regulators for permission to ship its planned commissioning cargoes on a specified schedule.  The operator said in February that it planned to export as many as seven commissioning cargoes, depending on customer needs, before commercial service under long-term contracts begins. It said at the time that gas marketer Tenaska would arrange the feedgas supply needed for commissioning. Production is expected to begin within days. In a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday, Project Director Jamie Gray asked for authorization by May 16 to start shipping commissioning cargoes. The schedule of expected commissioning deliveries was filed under seal, and […]

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