Annova Cancels Texas LNG Export Facility Project

Special to P&GJ

Annova LNG announced the immediate cancellation of its liquified natural gas (LNG) export facility under development in Brownsville, Texas, due to changes in the global LNG market.

The project had proposed building a 6.5 MTPA liquified natural gas (LNG) export facility on the Port of Brownsville.

“The entire Annova team is very grateful to the greater Brownsville community for having supported this project for several years,” a statement from the company said. “We are in the process of notifying our supporters, commercial partners and regulatory agencies of this decision.”

The Annova LNG project was being developed by majority owner Exelon Corporation and minority owners Black & Veatch Corporation, Kiewit Energy Group and Enbridge.

The project was still in its development phase and the cancellation should not lead to any layoffs, the Houston Chronicle reported.

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