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Recent LNG Developments

Congress is now in recess for the Thanksgiving holiday, with both chambers scheduled to reconvene early during the week of Nov. 28 to pass another stop-gap government funding bill and to address a few other matters. One item still on the agenda is the legislation that would set a new statutory deadline on the Department […]

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Export Projects Update (05-15)

The Lead: French Minister Wants to Ban U.S. LNG if “Fracked Gas” Involved Ségolène Royale, the French Minister of Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs, told told her parliament on May 10 that the French government was looking to ban U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports containing shale gas because hydraulic fracturing is banned in France. […]

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Momentous Time for Energy Trade/Security

It would be hard to overstate the significance of the last three weeks for those of us who care passionately about the future of transatlantic energy trade and security: Some 60 percent of the U.S. House of Representatives voted (Oct. 9) to approve bipartisan legislation to lift restrictions upon the export of U.S. crude oil. […]

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API and ANGA Praise House Action on H.R. 351

The American Petroleum Institute’s Erik Milito, cheered the bill’s passage: “Today’s strong vote, to be followed by a Senate hearing Thursday, shows that lawmakers are working fast to secure America’s competitiveness as an energy superpower. This is a top priority for the new Congress because LNG exports represent a clear-cut, bipartisan opportunity to increase domestic […]

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Two U. S. LNG Projects Gain Key Approvals

Oregon LNG Receives Conditional DOE Approval LNG Global reports: “DOE has conditionally authorized Oregon LNG to export LNG to non-FTA nations from a facility in Warrenton, Oregon. This application was next in the [DOE queue] and review was initiated before DOE issued its recent proposed procedural change. Subject to environmental review and final regulatory approval, […]

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House Subcommittee Reports H.R. 6

The Energy and Power Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee met today and with minimal debate ordered H.R. 6, the Domestic Prosperity and Global Freedom Act, reported to the full Energy and Commerce Committee by a party-line vote of 15 to 11, with Republicans favoring the move and Democrats opposing it. Opening statements by […]

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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 […]

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