Archive | November, 2014

Ambassadors Discuss Baltic Energy Security

LNG Allies held the second of a series of planned breakfast seminars on Wed. Nov. 19, to discuss energy security in the Baltic nations. The primary speakers were the ambassadors from Latvia, H.E. Andris Razāns, and Lithuania, Žygimantas Pavilionis. The ambassadors were preceded by Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL), chair of the House Baltic Caucus. Rep. […]

Categories: Energy Security, Latvia, Lithuania, LNG Allies

2014 Midterm Election Results and Implications

The 2014 midterm elections have drawn to a close and that loud, sustained noise you heard at 7:00 p.m. EST last evening was everyone who watches network television breathing a collective sigh of relief that the political ad onslaught was finally over. As a result of Supreme Court decisions in 2010 and 2014, this year’s […]

Categories: Congress, US House, US Senate

Freeport LNG Secures Debt Financing

Definitive agreements have been made for the debt financing of approximately $3.85 billion of capital required for the development of Freeport LNG’s first train facility at its proposed natural gas liquefaction and LNG loading facility on Quintana Island near Freeport, Texas. Financing is being provided by Japan Bank for International Cooperation and six commercial banks: […]

Categories: Freeport LNG

Croatia LNG Import Terminal Back in News

Zagreb (Nov. 4)—Reuters reports: “Croatia has reopened a feasibility study for a LNG terminal in the northern Adriatic, economy minister Ivan Vrdoljak said. The terminal on the island of Krk [and] a gas pipeline corridor connecting Croatia and Poland’s Baltic port of Świnoujście to help diversify gas supply routes for central Europe. […] ‘The potential […]

Categories: Croatia

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