Houston Maritime Museum Lecture: "LNG Exports: A Story of American Innovation and Opportunity with Jason French"

Houston Maritime Museum

America is in the midst of an energy transformation. Once long dependent on the world for its energy, the U.S. is now becoming a global energy provider. As a result of this transition, Cheniere Energy is developing two liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities along the Gulf Coast to become the first LNG exporter in the Continental U.S. The facilities, located in southwestern Louisiana and south Texas around the Corpus Christi region, will export natural gas to our allies around the globe, reducing their reliance on natural gas from countries like Iran and Russia. Together, both facilities will significantly strengthen the U.S. economy and will support hundreds of thousands of American jobs across the nation.

Jason French is director of government and public affairs for Cheniere Energy. He is responsible for government relations, public affairs and community outreach at the state and local levels, as Cheniere works to develop LNG Export facilities in Louisiana and Texas.



Houston Maritime Museum
2311 Canal St.
Suite 100
Houston, TX 77003


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