May 14, 2012
Sempra Energy runs the Cameron liquefied natural gas terminal near the Texas/Louisiana border. Sempra and partners hope to build a $6 billion export facility at the site.
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ENERGY: Sempra, Partners To Build Louisiana Facility
With natural gas prices still hovering near record lows, and domestic storage tanks holding plenty of reserves, several major energy companies, including San Diego’s Sempra Energy, are moving to export the commodity to places that need it.