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Company confirms it has found new funding to build a massive gas terminal at the Port of Brownsville

Brownsville is the last major deepwater port in Texas that doesn’t have large fossil fuel projects. The 750-acre facility will export Texas natural gas to other countries.

The Boca Chica Wildlife Refuge on the Rio Grande delta, about six miles east of the proposed 750-acre site of the Rio Grande LNG facility.

The final frontier of the Texas Gulf Coast 

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Juan Mancias, chairman of the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas, who has campaigned against LNG terminals on Rio Grande, stands outside the tract for a planned terminal on the Brownsville Ship Channel in April.

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