Archive | February, 2014

Rice Study About LNG to Asia

The Center for Energy Studies (CES) of Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy released a report on Feb. 18 entitled: Natural Gas Price in Asia: What to Expect and What It Means. This study used the Rice World Gas Trade Model to predict what could happen in coming years as the United States and […]

Categories: Asia, Rice University

De Gucht Presses for Energy Exports in TTIP

Karel De Gucht, the European Trade Commissioner, was in Washington this week for discussions with U.S. Trade Rep. Michael Froman. Afterwards, De Gucht participated in an event at the Atlantic Council on Feb. 18 during which he made the following remarks: “[It] is crucial for our efforts to encourage other trade partners to play by […]

Categories: E.U., T.T.I.P., U.S.

A Week of Great Contrasts

The death and destruction in and around Independence Square in the magnificent city of Kiev earlier this week served as a stark reminder that geopolitical maneuvering affects not just sovereign nations, but individuals and families as well. With a son living in Sevastopol, I watched the tragic events in Ukraine with tremendous sadness and breath-holding […]

Categories: Baltic Nations, Energy Security, Estonia, Fuel Diversity, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine

Jordan Cove Next Project in Line

Next up in the DOE /FE queue is the Jordan Cove LNG terminal to be located on the North Spit of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon. Ultimately, the Jordan Cove project is 75 percent owned by Veresen, Inc. (Alberta, Canada) with the remainder owned by Energy Projects Development, a Colorado LLC. Jordan Cove has requested […]

Categories: D.O.E., DOE Queue, Jordan Cove

LNG Queue: One Out / One In

On Feb. 11, DOE /FE granted conditional approval for the application made by Sempra Energy to export natural gas from the company’s proposed LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. The DOE order permits 1.7 billion cubic feet per day to be exported from the facility, which brings total authorized LNG exports to ≈8.5 bcf feet per […]

Categories: A.P.I., D.O.E., F.E.R.C.

Rep. Turner Addresses LNG Allies

Although the LNG Allies coalition has not launched officially, a dozen E.U. embassies and several U.S. natural gas industry representatives met today at the offices of Cornerstone Government Affairs on Capitol Hill to receive an update on congressional action on the LNG export issue and to meet the LNG Allies advocacy and communications team. Rep. […]

Categories: LNG Allies, U.S. House

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Categories: Legislation, LNG Allies, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

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