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Sempra Presses Forward on Texas T&D, Mexican Projects After Port Arthur LNG Setback

Sempra Presses Forward on Texas T&D, Mexican Projects After Port Arthur LNG Setback

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SUGAR LAND--May 26, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Utility-holding company Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE) (San Diego, California) is upbeat about its 2021 prospects, despite having to push back a major decision on one of its highest-profile projects. Sempra executives point to the company's continued transmission and distribution (T&D) buildout in Texas and renewed investment in its Mexican operations. Industrial Info is tracking more than $32 billion worth of active projects from Sempra, with more than 90% of that amount attributed to projects currently in their planning phases, where plenty of factors could alter, delay or eliminate investment.

Within this article: Details on some of Sempra's highest-profile projects, including the Port Arthur LNG terminal, a series of pipelines and terminals related to the Port Arthur buildout, Oncor-held T&D projects across Texas and two major investments in Mexico.

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