Partial Shutdown of LNG Export Facility After 10-Year History of Leaks

This article discusses the longstanding pollution problems caused by the Sabine Pass LNG Export Facility, currently the only liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in the country. It has reportedly been experiencing safety issues for the past decade, and yet federal safety officials were only informed of this history while investigating the terminal’s latest leak in January. Owned by Cheniere Energy, Sabine Pass is located on the Gulf Coast on the border of Texas and Louisiana.

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