Tellurian's Driftwood Project Given Little Chance of Success

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Driftwood LNG, the brainchild of US LNG pioneer Charif Souki, threatened to fall off the radar this week after long-term LNG offtake agreements with Shell and Vitol were canceled within days of developer Tellurian withdrawing a high-yield bond meant to jumpstart $13 billion in needed financing.

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