Beaumont Business Journal: Golden Pass Hurricane Harvey Fund grant recipients get more than $1 million
The Foundation for Southeast Texas announced the recipients of the first round of grants from the Golden Pass Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund at the Southeast Texas Regional Planning Commission on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The fund will provide $1,164,035 to 10 local projects to support hurricane relief and mitigation efforts in the region.
Eight organizations received a total of $1.1 million on Tuesday for Harvey-related projects from the Golden Pass Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund. The fund, created by Golden Pass LNG and administered by the Foundation for Southeast Texas, supported 10 projects in its first round of funding.
Mark Porterie said the Port Arthur ISD is very thankful to Golden Pass LNG. That’s because the company gave a grant to replace materials and resources lost to Tropical Storm Harvey for Adams Elementary School.
Golden Pass Products announced at a press conference Wednesday, Sept. 13, at the Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce that the company will donate $1.5 million to assist with relief efforts in Southeast Texas communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Golden Pass Products, which operates an LNG facility in Sabine Pass, announced the donation of $1.5 million for the recovery efforts in Port Arthur and neighboring communities at a press conference Wednesday at the Greater Port Arthur Chamber office.
Golden Pass Products, a partnership of Qatar Petroleum and Exxon Mobil Corporation affiliates, announced Wednesday the donation of $1.5 million to assist with relief efforts in Southeast Texas communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.
October 3, 2016 – America’s energy renaissance – featuring surging production of cleaner-burning natural gas – is giving the U.S. an unprecedented opportunity to be a world leader in setting and driving global energy policy. It’s an opportunity that argues strongly for expedited LNG export approvals by DOE.
September 21, 2016 – With environmentalists attacking a provision in pending energy legislation that would boost the competitiveness of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, now’s a good time to review the reasons to expedite federal approval of this country's LNG export projects.
July 30, 2016 – Golden Pass obtained its final environmental impact statement Friday, a significant step in its quest to secure government approval to export liquefied natural gas out of its Sabine Pass terminal.
July 30, 2016 – GPP received Final Environmental Impact Statement from the FERC for a proposed $10 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project to be built at the existing Golden Pass LNG import terminal in Sabine Pass.