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LNG Export Projects Update (12-01)

LNG Allies and OEM Members Corpus Christi. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a judgment (Nov. 4) denying Sierra Club’s appeal of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s orders approving Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi LNG export project in Corpus Christi, Texas. Citing its earlier opinion regarding the Freeport LNG terminal, the Court […]

Categories: Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, D.O.E., Delfin LNG, Elba Island, Jordan Cove, Magnolia LNG, Port Arthur LNG

LNG Export Projects Update (09-30)

LNG Allies and OEM Members Cameron LNG. Sempra Energy (Cameron’s 51.3% majority owner) announced (Sept. 13) that Joseph A. Householder is now Corporate Group President of Infrastructure Businesses. Reporting to Sempra Energy CEO Debra L. Reed, he will oversee Sempra’s midstream, LNG, renewable energy, and Mexican operations. Sabine Pass. Cheniere Energy said (Sept. 16) that it […]

Categories: Alaska LNG, Calcasieu Pass LNG, Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cheniere Energy, Cove Point, Freeport LNG, Lake Charles LNG, Rio Grande LNG

Why Set a DOE LNG Deadline?

Updated from our Feb. 1, 2016 Post: Section 3 of the Natural Gas Act prohibits the export of natural gas — including liquefied natural gas (LNG)—to a foreign country without prior approval from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE): Applications to export U.S. LNG to nations with Free Trade Agreements with the United States that “include the […]

Categories: Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Congress, Cove Point, D.O.E., Lake Charles LNG, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

LNG Export Projects Update (08-31)

LNG Allies and OEM Members Cameron LNG. Cameron LNG received DOE authorization (July 18) to export an additional 1.41 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day (Bcfd) from its proposed liquefaction expansion project (Trains 4 & 5) to non-FTA nations. (With this order, Cameron LNG’s authorized export capacity will be 24.92 million tons per annum […]

Categories: Annova LNG, Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cove Point, Delfin LNG, Lake Charles LNG

LNG Export Projects Update (06-30)

The Lead: Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenges to FERC LNG Decisions The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued two rulings (June 28) on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) role in considering greenhouse gas emissions as part of the environmental review of LNG export applications. In separate decisions, the […]

Categories: Alaska LNG, Bear Head LNG, Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Delfin LNG, Elba Island, Freeport LNG, Jordan Cove, Magnolia LNG, Rio Grande LNG, Texas LNG, Uncategorized

LNG 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. […]

Categories: A.P.I., Calcasieu Pass LNG, Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cheniere Energy, Cove Point, Delfin LNG, Golden Pass Products, Jordan Cove, Magnolia LNG, NextDecade, Plaquemines LNG, Rio Grande LNG, Texas LNG, Venture Global LNG

LNG Export Projects Update (03-31)

The Lead: Cheniere Ships Initial LNG Cargoes In a stunning turnaround for the United States—which less than a decade ago seemed destined to face an indefinite shortage of natural gas—Cheniere Energy shipped its first commissioning cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the company’s export terminal in Sabine Pass, Louisiana, on Feb. 24. The cargo […]

Categories: Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cove Point, Delfin LNG, Golden Pass Products, Jordan Cove, Plaquemines LNG, Port Arthur LNG
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Beginning of the Beginning

In the current global energy price environment, it is difficult to see the ocean for the waves. But, the likely confluence of events this month—release of the European Commission’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) strategy on Feb. 16 and the first exports of LNG from the continental United States since the early 1960s—provide an opportune time […]

Categories: Cheniere - Sabine Pass, E.U., Energy Security, Europe, Fuel Diversity, Global Market

LNG Export Projects Update (02-15)

Projects Under Construction Cameron LNG – Trains 1-3 (Sempra and Partners). Cameron LNG said in a Jan. 28 Facebook Post that it had taken delivery and installed the first large equipment for the liquefaction project. That day, the brazed aluminum heat exchanger manufactured by Sumitomo of Japan arrived onsite and was installed on its foundations on […]

Categories: Bear Head LNG, Cameron LNG, Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cove Point, Elba Island, Freeport LNG, Goldboro LNG, Golden Pass Products, Magnolia LNG, Venture Global LNG

Why Set LNG Permitting Deadlines?

Section 3 of the Natural Gas Act prohibits the export of natural gas — including liquefied natural gas (LNG)—to a foreign country without prior approval from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE): Applications to export U.S. LNG to nations with Free Trade Agreements with the United States that “include the national treatment of natural gas” must be […]

Categories: Cheniere - Corpus Christi, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Cove Point, D.O.E., Export License, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

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