Archive | September, 2014

How Cold Will It Get this Winter?

This is the question on the minds of many in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Perennially posed by those who are curious about the weather, this question is taking on a whole new dimension—to say nothing of heightened urgency—by the fact that natural gas supply continuity remains very much an issue in this part of […]

Categories: Austria, Energy Security, Europe, Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic

Barrasso May Offer LNG Amendment on Sept. 18

In late breaking news, E&E’s Greenwire reports: “When the Senate Foreign Relations Committee meets to mark up a new package of sanctions aimed at Russia’s energy sector, Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) plans to use the opportunity to further his argument that LNG exports should be used as a foreign policy tool. […] The Barrasso amendment […]

Categories: Legislation, US Senate, W.T.O.

Cameron LNG Receives Final DOE Approval

Cameron LNG, a Sempra Energy subsidiary, received final authorization from DOE on Sept. 10 to export domestically produced LNG from its proposed liquefaction facilities in Hackberry, Louisiana to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the United States. Cameron LNG has also received authorization from FERC to site, construct, and operate the three-train […]

Categories: Cameron LNG, DOE

Crowley Granted (Small) LNG Export License

Also on Sept. 10, Carib Energy (Crowley Maritime) was granted a 20-year export license from DOE to provide LNG to non-FTA countries in the Caribbean, Central and South America. The licensing permits Crowley to export 0.04 billion cubic feet per day of LNG via 700 gallon tanks to non-FTA countries. In addition to supplying non-FTA […]

Categories: DOE

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