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Houston — Some 15 months after production began at Sempra Energy's Cameron LNG, the Louisiana export terminal has achieved full commercial operations for the three trains that constitute the first phase of the project, the operator said Aug. 10.

The power provider and midstream energy infrastructure company is determined to be one of the biggest exporters of LNG in North America, with proposals to expand Cameron LNG with two additional trains and build liquefaction facilities in Texas and on Mexico's Pacific Coast. Ultimately, it hopes to, along with its partners, supply up to 45 million mt/year of LNG to Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

Those ambitions have faced challenges due to relatively low international prices, weaker-than-expected demand in key end-user markets and trade flow disruptions fueled by the coronavirus pandemic.

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