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Magnolia LNG project update

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (LNGL or the company) is pleased to announce that the US Department of Energy (US DOE) has announced its decision granting LNGL's Magnolia LNG Project authorisation to export LNG from the proposed facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA to countries with which the US has not entered into a free trade agreement (non-FTA approval).

Greg Vesey, LNGL Managing Director and CEO, advised, "Our Magnolia project team is very pleased to have successfully received this final piece of the regulatory framework enabling our Magnolia LNG project to export US produced natural gas to the global energy market. We recognise and appreciate the hard work and timely efforts put in by the US DOE and other cooperating agencies in reaching this decision. Going forward, we are well underway in progressing on the final offtake milestones to enable us to move this leading energy efficient, innovative and low cost project into the construction and operations phases."

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