Scholarship recipients from Port Isabel High School include Daniela Macias, Keila Guerrero, Saul Dominguez II and Karen Barrera (who was away at a school competition). Also pictured is Eddie Duran (NextDecade) and Wanda Reyes (Sensis). NextDecade recently launched the NextDecade Scholars Program reinforcing their educational commitment in the Rio Grande Valley. NextDecade awarded four $1,000
NextDecade in the News: KVEO Rio Grande Valley covers Brazos Island Harbor Project Funding Agreeement Signing Ceremony
KVEO (NBC affiliate in the Rio Grand Valley) – https://www.kveo.com/news/local-news/port-of-brownsville-lng-approval/1950708545 BROWNSVILLE, Texas – It’s the first agreement of its kind at the Port of Brownsville. NextDecade Corporation, the parent company of Rio Grande LNG, hosting a signing ceremony for a public-private agreement. That agreement is the company will privately fund significant improvements to the Brownsville
Since the Rio Grande LNG project was first announced in 2015, the project team has been involved in supporting community organizations and reaching out to Cameron County residents to tell them about the project and the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. When you look at the numbers, 2018 was our most active year yet.
Members of NextDecade’s project team recently presented to students during the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s (UTRGV’s) Engineering Week. Tony Cooper, Operations Advisor, and Vincent Iandoli, Marine Engineer, presented to students from various engineering disciplines on the benefits of Liquified Natural Gas, provided an update on the Rio Grande LNG project and shared their