Blackstone said to be interested in divesting LNG company share

US private equity firm Blackstone is reportedly considering a divestment of its stake in a major US LNG producer.

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US equity fund Blackstone is rumored to consider selling its share of Cheniere Energy Partners, one of the biggest producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the US, writes Bloomberg News citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter.

According to the news agency's sources, Blackstone is already in talks with an advisor about a potential sale of its stake in Cheniere Energy Partners.

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