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Tellurian

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+$0.27 (2.59%) Today
+$0.26 (2.43%) After Hours

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About

Tellurian, Inc. engages in producing natural gas and investing in natural gas projects. It develops a portfolio of natural gas production, LNG marketing, and infrastructure assets that includes an LNG terminal facility and an associated pipeline in southwest Louisiana. Read More The company was founded by Charif Souki and Martin Houston in February 2016 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.

Employees
172
Headquarters
Houston, Texas
Founded
2016
Market Cap
2.51B
Price-Earnings Ratio
Dividend Yield
0.00
Average Volume
1.43M
High Today
$10.89
Low Today
$10.46
Open Price
$10.46
Volume
745.48K
52 Week High
$12.45
52 Week Low
$5.90

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News

Seeking AlphaMar 19

Tellurian's Souki supports carbon tax that would cost it millions

Tellurian (TELL +0.2% ) CEO Charif Souki says he favors a carbon tax even though it would cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars.

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AxiosMar 19

Natural gas company backs carbon tax that would cost it millions

“[A carbon tax] would make American gas more expensive. Since we buy American gas as cheap as possible and try to resell it on the world market, it’s going to be a very significant cost to Tellurian. Regardless of this, it’s the right thing to do. We need to accept it and move on.” — Charif Souki Where it stands: The 3-year-old company is working to build an export terminal in Louisiana backed by its own gas resources and pipelines that allows partners to gain equity — a business model it hopes can ensure...

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AxiosMar 18

Trump and Republicans are isolated on climate change

The intrigue: The juxtaposition was on stark display last week. I spent the first half of last week at a major oil and gas conference in Houston (CERAWeek by IHS Markit), where virtually all executives acknowledged climate change as a pressing issue and a few, including CEOs of major oil companies like BP Equinor, implored the industry to do more and embrace big policy changes. Equinor, implored the industry to do more and embrace big policy changes. The second part of the week I was back in Washington, D...

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Earnings

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Expected May 8, Pre-Market

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