New LNG facility at Shoal Point

A speedboat flies past a barge docked by Shoal Point in the Port of Texas City on Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.

TEXAS CITY

A multinational energy company has officially dropped plans to build a liquified natural gas export terminal in Texas City, a project that might have added billions to the city’s tax base, officials announced.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com.

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Gary Miller

Might as well end any kind of export business here. If China Joe has his way the US will again be an importer of energy. He seems to think we will drive less or live in colder homes if he stops energy production in America. $7 a gallon transportation fuel and 4,000 % higher cost electricty is his goal. Won't have any effect on "climate change" but his radical base will think He is trying. AOC's 12 years has 9 years to go. Saudi's, Iran's and Russia are making plans to replace our energy industry.

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