Archive | September, 2019

Excelerate Enters Agreement

Excelerate Energy and Maran Gas Maritime Agreement for FSRU Excelerate Energy and Maran Gas Maritime have signed a five-year bareboat charter agreement (BBC) for the floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) Hull 2477 Excelerate. During the five-year BBC Excelerate will have the option to purchase Hull 2477. MGM is currently building Hull 2477 at Daewoo Shipbuilding […]

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Categories: Excelerate Energy, FSRU

Elba Island Start Approved

Kinder Morgan Approved to Start Commercial Service (S&P Global Platts) Harry Weber (Sept. 30): FERC has given the go-ahead to KM to place the first train at its Georgia export terminal into commercial service, amid consistent LNG production at the facility over the last two weeks. However, no commissioning cargoes have shipped, and it remained […]

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Categories: Elba Island, Kinder Morgan

Plaquemines Gets Agency Nod

FERC Issues Authorization The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the request by Venture Global to site, construct, and operate the Plaquemines LNG Project on a 632-acre site on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. The project is designed with a nameplate capacity of 20 mtpa and a peak achievable […]

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Categories: Plaquemines, Venture Global

West Delta Submits MARAD Application

Offshore LNG Project Seeks MARAD Approval (S&P Global Platts) Maya Weber (Sept. 27): West Delta LNG has asked the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) for permission to build a deepwater port, including a six-train LNG export terminal, about 12 miles off Louisiana, with total optimal capacity of up to 6.1 mtpa… Onshore a pretreatment plant in […]

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Categories: MARAD, West Delta LNG

Magnolia Gets NEPA Document

FERC Issues Supplemental EIS for Incremental Capacity The staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has prepared a draft supplemental environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Magnolia LNG Production Capacity Amendment (from 8.0 mtpa to 8.8 mtpa) proposed by Magnolia LNG. Comments are due by Nov. 18.

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Categories: FERC, LNG Limited, Magnolia LNG

Excelerate FSRU in Philippines

Excelerate Receives Notice to Proceed for Floating LNG Terminal Excelerate Energy has received a notice to proceed from the Philippine government to develop a floating LNG import terminal in the Bay of Batangas. The project—Luzon LNG—will supply natural gas to existing and new gas-fired power plants in the region that provide electricity to Luzon including […]

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Categories: Excelerate Energy

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