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▶ Two minutes with Charif Souki on U.S. approval of drilling permits and energy infrastructure

The U.S needs to build infrastructure to get natural gas to the markets. We have a huge resource for energy, we need permitting to exploit the resource and then transport the resource through the infrastructure. We have a historical opportunity on a major scale to help ourselves and help the rest of the world. All of the energy complex can benefit from determined action from the government today.

PRESS RELEASE | Tellurian Reports 2021 Results

Tellurian Inc. (Tellurian) (NYSE American: TELL) ended 2021 with over $300 million in liquidity and over $360 million in standardized measure of discounted future net cash flows of proved natural gas reserves. Tellurian also continued advancing the Driftwood LNG project in 2021 with the following significant accomplishments…

▶ Two minutes with Charif Souki describing our capital for the first year of construction

With regard to raising capital for the first year of construction of the Driftwood LNG Project, we now have approx. 50 nondisclosure agreements with financial institutions and the number keeps increasing every week. We are at an inflection point in global energy crisis, you are seeing oil prices now get very close to $100 a barrel which is a level of natural gas of somewhere around $15 mmbtu, oil prices continue to increase, as we had predicted starting a year and a half ago, and you are seeing a reset of energy prices on a global basis, that is going to be critical for the rest of the world…

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