100th Cheniere LNG cargo ships out

Cheniere Energy Partners LP, a subsidiary of Cheniere Energy Inc., announced Monday, April 3, that the 100th cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) had left the company’s Sabine Pass liquefaction facility, marking a significant milestone in Cheniere’s ramp-up of LNG operations.
Including the 100th cargo, which departed on the Maran Gas Alexandria on Saturday, April 1 from the Sabine Pass liquefaction facility, Cheniere has delivered cargoes to 18 countries on five continents since the first shipment Feb. 24, 2016, according to a release by the company.

New president/CEO at the BBB of SETX

 Liz Fredrichs

Elizabeth “Liz” Fredrichs was confirmed by the Board of Directors of Better Business Bureau Serving Southeast Texas to serve as its next president/CEO beginning April 10.

She will succeed interim CEO Nancy McMillan, who is retiring from the BBB after 22 years of service.

Fredrichs was selected following a three-month nationwide search and interview process by a special committee of the BBB Board. She will be coming to southeast Texas from the Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin, where she has served as the executive vice president.

Spindletop Rotary Club Donates Transport System to Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas NICU

The Spindletop Rotary Club was able to identify a need for the tiniest of patients in our community. The Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas NICU Department cares for some of the most vulnerable babies. The Spindletop Rotary Club was able to receive grant dollars to help purchase a piece of equipment called "Evacu B". This equipment is able to transport babies in times of emergency such as a fire or other natural disaster. Evacu B can provide one nurse with the capability of evacuating six babies and glide down a flight of stairs with no bouncing.

ExxonMobil plans investments of $20 Billion to expand manufacturing in U.S. Gulf Region

Exxon Mobil Corporation is expanding its manufacturing capacity along the U.S. Gulf Coast through planned investments of $20 billion over a 10-year period to take advantage of the American energy revolution, Darren Woods, chairman and chief executive officer, said Monday.

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