Perhaps the company will break ground on its dream project this summer.
News & Analysis: Tellurian Inc.
Tuesday's positive news was tempered by a dilutive stock offering at a low price.
The company's path forward is more challenging, amid a fearful market.
One is the biggest pure-play LNG exporter in North America, and is making money today. The other has a very uncertain future, but could deliver immense gains if it can survive.
These two companies aspire to be top LNG exporters. Today's results don't shed much light on their odds.
With natural gas prices at a four year low, which LNG company is the better deal?
Investors weren't happy to hear about complications with the company's proposed energy project in the Gulf of Mexico.
With one of its customers looking at alternative sources, the company is at risk of a major setback in its plans for a liquefied natural gas export facility.
The LNG export startup will need billions of dollars to fund its export facility. A major prospective partner that was expected to provide a lot of capital now appears to be on the fence.
A dropped lawsuit by the biggest player in the industry removes a cloud of doubt over its future.