Archive | April, 2019

Life Cycle GHG Emissions of LNG

Recent Scientific Research Results The important role of natural gas in reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and conventional air pollutants can be better appreciated by comparing the emission profiles of the world’s primary energy sources—coal, oil, and natural gas. When natural gas displaces coal and oil for electric power generation, it not only cuts […]

Categories: GHG Emissions, Life Cycle Analysis

FERC Approves Two LNG Projects

WASHINGTON — April 18, 2019—During its open meeting today, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted to issue certificates for the Driftwood LNG project and pipeline sponsored by Tellurian Inc. and the Port Arthur LNG project and pipeline sponsored by Sempra Energy. Link to FERC Release Fred H. Hutchison, President & CEO of LNG Allies, […]

Categories: Driftwood LNG, FERC, Port Arthur LNG, Sempra LNG, Tellurian Inc.

A Great Year for USLNG Exports

Fred H. Hutchison for Central Europe Energy Partners Q1 2018 Report Although we are just barely one quarter into 2019, the year is already shaping up to be one of the most momentous in the history of the nascent U.S. LNG export industry: three new projects are expected to enter into service, up to eight […]

Categories: Calcasieu Pass LNG, Cameron LNG, Corpus Christi, Cove Point, Delfin LNG, Driftwood LNG, Elba Island, Freeport LNG, Golden Pass LNG, Lake Charles LNG, Magnolia LNG, Port Arthur LNG, Sabine Pass

Energy Infrastructure Executive Order

WASHINGTON — April 10, 2019—Today near Houston, Texas—America’s energy capital—President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order (EO) to “promote energy infrastructure and economic growth.” Part of this EO would jump start the rule-making process to update the regulatory framework under which the U.S. Department of Transportation regulates liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities. This is […]

Categories: White House

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