SCT&E LNG pushes forward with its liquefaction project

SCT&E LNG attended and participated in a meeting and presentation with the Cameron Parish Police Jury, landowners, businessmen, West Cameron Port Authority, local stakeholders, and State representatives to review the first phase of the Monkey Island Access Stage 0 Study Feasibility Report.

The presentation was held in the offices of the Police Jury in Cameron, Louisiana, the company said in a statement.

Greg Michaels, CEO, of SCT&E LNG, said in the statement, “It was great to be in a meeting like this with a group of problem-solvers. Simply stated, the people and leaders of Cameron Parish are just solid! Their cooperative approach to the Monkey Island Access Bridge is an example of a city that can come together positively, and fruitfully.”

While in Louisiana, Michaels met with supporters of the 12 million ton per annum LNG project on Monkey Island, such as U.S. Senator David Vitter, R-Louisiana, who supports the SCT&E LNG project and the development of America’s abundant natural gas supply for distribution globally, the statement added.