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In 2014, the Carib Energy plant in Martin County, Florida, was granted a license to export 40 million cubic feet a day of natural gas to nearly any country, including those without a free trade agreement with the U.S. Carib is already exporting LNG in shipping containers to Caribbean and Central American countries. Carib Energy is now a subsidiary of the Crowley Maritime Corporation.
Carib Energy was the first company to receive a 25-year export license from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for LNG transportation from the United States into Free Trade Agreement countries. Carib was also the first to receive a small-scale, 20-year LNG export license from the DOE from the U.S. into Non-Free Trade Agreement (NFTA) countries.
- Operator: Crowley Maritime Corporation
- Annual Capacity (cubic feet):
- Status: Operating
Articles and resources
- ↑ Timothy Cama, "DOE clears natural gas exports at two sites," The Hill, Sep. 10, 2014.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Carib Energy is Now a Crowley Company" Crowley company website, accessed September 14, 2015.
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