Venture Global LNG garnered $108.6 million in a private placement bringing the company’s aggregate funding total to $470 million.
Edison, the Italian energy group owned by France’s EDF, signed a long-term deal to buy 1 million tons per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass facility in Louisiana.
Venture Global LNG named former vice president of development at Total, Tom Earl, as its chief commercial officer.
CB&I has received a $200m engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Venture Global LNG, for the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tanks in the US state of Louisiana.
Venture Global LNG garnered $81.4 million in its sixth round of equity investment to fund the development activities for its proposed LNG export facilities in Louisiana.
Venture Global LNG Inc. has raised additional capital of approximately $81.4 million, in its sixth round of equity investment. The offering, a private Reg. D transaction, brings the company’s aggregate funding total to $361 million.
Washington, D.C.-based Venture Global LNG Inc. raised around $81.4 million in the company’s sixth round of equity financing.
Venture Global Plaquemines LNG LLC and Venture Global Gator Express LLC have made their formal application to FERC for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal and related pipeline project in Louisiana.
Venture Global LNG filed a formal application with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission requesting authorization to site, construct and operate the Plaquemines LNG export terminal.
The US liquefied natural gas export projects being developed by Washington DC-based Venture Global LNG, involving two Louisiana plants, one on the banks of the Mississippi River and a second at Calcasieu Pass, has awarded a contract to the General Electric oil and gas unit to supply compressor power for liquefaction.
Venture Global LNG picked GE Oil & Gas as a partner to provide technology solutions for its LNG export facilities under development in Louisiana.
Venture Global LNG Inc. has picked GE Oil & Gas to provide the liquefaction systems and other technology at two liquefied natural gas export facilities planned in Louisiana.