Cheniere Energy Upsizes IOU Offering from $1B to $1.5B

friskyCheniere Energy operates the only liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in the United States–currently. There are others planned, like the Cove Point, Maryland facility currently under construction. We keep tabs on Cheniere, even though it’s located in Louisiana, because the pipelines that serve it either are or soon will have Marcellus/Utica natural gas flowing through them–to the Cheniere plant. It’s potentially a very important market for our natural gas. We’ve had plenty of Cheniere news lately. Earlier this week we told you about a major restructuring at the top of the company, and the news that Train 2 at the plant is about ready to rock and roll (see Cheniere Restructures Management Team, Finishes Train 2). We have more news. The company had planned to float a big $1 billion of new “notes”–what we call IOUs. The news is that Cheniere is feeling frisky and has upsized the note offering. They’re now floating $1.5 billion of new senior notes…

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