By DINA ARÉVALO
Port Isabel-South Padre Press
Things are progressing, both for the three companies seeking to build Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) export terminals along the Brownsville Ship Channel, and for the grassroots movement that opposes them, Save RGV from LNG.
This week, the company that represents the largest of the three proposed projects, Rio Grande LNG, announced it would host several workshops across the Rio Grande Valley for local vendors interested in partnering with them.
“These workshops will provide interested businesses a full overview of the project, detailed information on the types of goods and services that Rio Grande LNG will need throughout construction and operations,” the company said via a statement released March 31. “Rio Grande LNG is currently looking for goods and services related to the following categories: logistics and support, HSSE, and construction, among others,” the statement reads.
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