CHAT with TELL | Two minutes with the Chairman on energy issues President Biden’s administration is looking to solve

As a recap on CERAWeek, ExxonMobil’s Darren Woods was asked why the business doesn’t appear to be investing in new energy and renewables? The answer seemed to be that there are few investments with decent returns – there appear to be challenges in the space. Following on that note, Texas Governor Abbott spoke on possibilities to reduce energy interruptions. Listen in to learn more about the future of energy and solutions.

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Guest: Charif Souki | Chairman, Tellurian Inc.
Production: Allison Clark | Manager, Marketing

Business Description

#Tellurian intends to create value for shareholders by building a low-cost, global natural gas business, profitably delivering natural gas to customers worldwide. Tellurian is developing a portfolio of natural gas production and has nearly 100 drillable locations with an estimated one trillion cubic feet of net resource. It is also developing an LNG trading operation and infrastructure that includes an ~ 27.6 mtpa #LNG export facility and an associated pipeline. Tellurian is based in Houston, Texas, and its common stock is listed on the #Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol “TELL”.

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