USLNG News Posts From
"November 2019"

Commonwealth LNG
November 25, 2019

Commonwealth and Gunvor Agreement

Gunvor Enters Into Strategic LNG Marketing & Gas Supply Agreement Gunvor and Commonwealth LNG have entered into a Strategic LNG Marketing & Gas Supply Agreement in relation to Commonwealth’s LNG export project in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Under the agreement, Gunvor will support Commonwealth in securing binding LNG offtake and gas supply agreements for the full […]

Annova LNG
November 21, 2019

Brownsville and Corpus Projects Approved

Four U.S. LNG Projects Authorized by FERC During its Open Meeting today (Nov. 21), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) authorized the three Brownsville, Texas, LNG export projects (Rio Grande, Annova, Texas LNG) and Cheniere’s Corpus Christi Phase III project. This brings the number of major LNG projects authorized by FERC since the beginning of […]

FERC
November 19, 2019

Freeport Train 1 Imminent

Freeport: FERC Permission Sought to Put Train 1 into Service In a letter to FERC, “Freeport LNG states that it has filed all documentation required by FERC staff and the Orders to demonstrate readiness for Train 1 and the common facilities to be placed into service. In this regard, Freeport LNG respectfully requests authorization to […]

Dominion Cove Point
November 15, 2019

100th Cargo from Cove Point

Dominion Energy announced today  (Nov. 15) that it loaded its 100th commercial LNG ship on Nov. 11. Located in Lusby, Maryland, the Cove Point LNG Terminal entered commercial operation on April 9, 2018. Cove Point produces LNG under 20-year contracts for ST Cove Point, a joint venture of Sumitomo Corp. and Tokyo Gas, and for […]

LNG Limited
November 13, 2019

LNG Limited CEO on Gas

Vesey Says Natural Gas Will Be a Big Player for the Foreseeable Future (CNBC Video) Greg Vesey of LNG Limited (developer of the Magnolia LNG project in Louisiana) says, if natural gas is a bridge fuel, it’s going to be a “really long bridge.” Link to Content

Eagle LNG
November 11, 2019

Eagle Seeks Incentives for JAX Facility

Incentives Sought for $542 Million LNG Facility in North Jacksonville (JAX Daily Record) Mike Mendenhall (Nov. 11): Eagle LNG Partners is asking the city for $23 million in incentives to begin construction on a long-planned LNG export facility in North Jacksonville. The Houston-based company plans to build a $542 million complex on 200 acres along Zoo […]

Lloyds Energy
November 7, 2019

Qilak LNG Project Detailed

Could an Alaska North Slope LNG Project Undercut Gulf Coast Competitors? (RBN) Housley Carr (Nov. 07): Qilak LNG is a North Slope liquefaction and LNG export project that is being developed by an affiliate of Lloyds Energy. (Qilak, an Inupiat word for the environment—land, sea and sky—is pronounced KEE-lack.) The proposed first phase of the […]

Tellurian
November 7, 2019

Tellurian Grows Haynesville Revenue

Tellurian Grows Revenue from Haynesville Shale Wells (Chron, Subscription) Sergio Chapa (Nov. 07): Houston LNG company Tellurian is still waiting to build its proposed export terminal in Louisiana but is already growing revenue from its natural gas wells in the Haynesville Shale… In a Wed. (Nov. 06) filing with the SEC, Tellurian reported a $39.6 […]

Cheniere Energy
November 1, 2019

Update on Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi: Train 3 Completion in H2 2021 | Sabine Pass: Train 6 Completion in H1 2023 Cheniere Energy said on Friday (Nov. 01) that it expects to reach substantial completion of the third liquefaction train at its Corpus Christi LNG export plant in Texas earlier than previously expected in the H1 2021. Earlier, the […]

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