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Jordan Cove LNG joins CLNG

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The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) has announced that Jordan Cove LNG is joining the organisation.

CLNG looks forward to working with Jordan Cove LNG – the operator of the Jordan Cove LNG Export facility – to raise awareness of the many uses of LNG, educate the public on the successes of LNG, and bring LNG to market, safely, efficiently and quickly.

Charlie Riedl, Executive Director of CLNG, said: “CLNG welcomes Jordan Cove LNG and believes this addition displays how vibrant the future is, not just for our organisation, but the industry at large. CLNG’s membership is diverse, effective, and growing, much like the US and global LNG market.”?

Betsy Spomer, CEO of Jordan Cove LNG, added: “We’re delighted to be joining the Center for LNG and share CLNG’s commitment to improved understanding of LNG and public policies advancing the use of LNG. Enlisting CLNG’s expertise and experience will help to reinforce our efforts to move the Jordan Cove LNG facility at Coos Bay forward.”

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