HomeSite MapContact Us

  Investor Relations

  Cheniere Energy: LNG
  Stock Information
  News Releases
  Annual Reports
  SEC Filings
  Event Calendar
  Presentations
  Investor FAQ
  Information Request


  Cheniere Holdings: CQH

  Cheniere Partners: CQP
Investor FAQ - Cheniere Energy: LNG

Q.How do I contact Investor and Media Relations?
A.Please contact Christina Burke, Manager – Investor Relations for all investor related questions at (713) 375-5104 or info@cheniere.com, and Diane Haggard, Manager – Media Relations, for all media related questions at (713) 375-5259 or info@cheniere.com, .

Q.What exchange is Cheniere Energy traded on? What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for Cheniere Common Stock?
A.

Cheniere Energy Inc., trades on the NYSE Amex: LNG. The CUSIP number for Cheniere Common Stock (LNG) is 16411R208.
Our common stock had previously traded on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol CXY (from March 5, 2001 through March 23, 2003).


Q.Dividend & Split History:
A.LNG Split on April 25, 2005
Two-for-One
April 22nd Close – 63.21 Adjusted after split: 31.60
April 25th Open – 32.10
April 25th Close – 32.10

Cheniere Energy currently does not pay dividends


Q.When is the next earnings release and conference call scheduled?
A.

The United States Securities & Exchange Commission requires large accelerated filing companies to file their quarterly financial statements on form 10-Q within 40 days of the close of a quarter, and their annual report on form 10-K within 60 days of their fiscal year-end.

Cheniere has not scheduled earnings report dates. The related earnings reports will generally be released at the same time as the 10-Q (within 40 days of the close of the quarter) or 10-K (within 60 days of the fiscal year-end).

Cheniere does not conduct earnings conference calls at this time.


Q.What are Cheniere’s assets?
A.Cheniere Energy, Inc. is a Houston-based energy company primarily engaged in LNG-related businesses, and owns and operates the Sabine Pass LNG terminal and Creole Trail Pipeline in Louisiana. Cheniere is pursuing related business opportunities both upstream and downstream of the Sabine Pass LNG terminal. Through its subsidiary, Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P., Cheniere is developing a liquefaction project at the Sabine Pass LNG terminal adjacent to the existing regasification facilities for up to six LNG trains, each of which will have a design production capacity of approximately 4.5 mtpa ("Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project"). Cheniere has also initiated a project to develop liquefaction facilities near Corpus Christi, Texas. The Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project is being designed and permitted for up to three LNG trains, with aggregate design production capacity of up to 13.5 mtpa of LNG and which would include three LNG storage tanks with capacity of approximately 10.1 Bcfe and two berths.

Q.What is an LNG train?
A.The LNG industry has adopted the analogy of a “train” meaning the series of processes and equipment units that individually remove elements from raw inlet natural gas that would otherwise plug or freeze the small passages in the downstream heat exchangers that in a cascade fashion reduces the temperature from ambient to -260 F. Each of these processes and equipment units are sequentially arranged, similar to cars of a railroad train.

Q.Where are Cheniere’s LNG Receiving Terminals and what is the capacity of each?
A.

    Cheniere completed and operates one LNG regasificaton terminal and is permitted for two additional terminals along the Gulf Coast:
  • Sabine Pass located in Cameron Parish, LA with a capacity of 4 Bcf/d and storage of 16.9 Bcfe: Commenced commercial operations 2009;
  • Corpus Christi LNG located in San Patricio County, TX with a capacity of 2.6 Bcf/d: Permitted; and
  • Creole Trail LNG located in Cameron Parish, LA with a capacity of 3.3 Bcf/d: Permitted


Q.How can I purchase Cheniere stock?
A.At this time, Cheniere Energy does not have a direct purchase plan. Common stock can be purchased through the brokerage firm or online trading site of your choice.

Q.I am interested in learning about or investing in Cheniere Energy Partners (NYSE Amex: CQP), a master limited partnership (MLP) that pays a distribution, where can I find information on that entity?
A.Please go to www.cheniereenergypartners.com or call Investor Relations at 713-375-5104.

Q.Does Cheniere have a dividend reinvestment program (DRIP) ?
A.At this time, Cheniere Energy does not pay dividends or have a dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP).

Q.

Where can I get help with:
-address or name changes on my stock certificate,
-lost, destroyed, or stolen stock certificates,
-purchasing shares, or
-transferring stock?

A.If your Cheniere stock is held in an account with a stockbroker or other custodian, you should contact that firm. If you hold shares directly in your name, you should contact our transfer agent directly at:

Computershare Trust Company, N.A.
P.O. Box 43078
Providence, RI 02940-3078
[T] (800) 962-4284
[F] (303) 262-0600

Q.Where can I get a copy of financial documents (annual report, proxy statement, 10-Q, etc.)?
A.Financial materials can be:
1) viewed on our website: Click Here
2) requested on our ‘Information Request’ page: Click Here or
3) obtained on the SEC website: www.sec.gov

Q.What is the I.R.S Employer Identification Number for Cheniere Energy, Inc.?
A.Cheniere Energy Inc – 95-4352386.

Q.Can we expect a surprise in the figures (positive or negative)?
A.It is not Cheniere's practice to issue earnings forecasts. It would traditionally be the role of an independent analyst to make such predictions based on production figures and standard models for a given area of activity.

Q.Can you give us a personal look on the company?
A.Unfortunately, we can give you no personal opinions. We can only give you the facts, and it is up to you to draw your own conclusions. You should seek the advice of a licensed broker for investment recommendations and guidance.

Q.What is a Cheniere?
A.The word "chenier" is unique to the Cajun coast, as are the little islands it describes. The word comes from the Acadian word chene, meaning "oak," and describes groves of live oak trees bent by the Gulf winds along a series of edges rising at random from the marshes off Vermilion and Cameron parishes. For a satellite image please click here.

Q.How do you pronounce Cheniere?
A.Cheniere is pronounced [shin-eer].

Q.How can I subscribe to email alerts, which will automatically send me updates of Cheniere’s financial information (such as SEC filings, reports, presentations, etc.)? .
A.Click on our E-Mail Alerts page to receive automatic financial updates