Archive | January, 2020

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Former Cheniere CEO (Chron) Sergio Chapa: State district court Judge Fredericka Phillips in Houston signed an order Thurs. (Jan. 30) dismissing Cheniere Energy’s claims against its former CEO Charif Souki and Tellurian, Souki’s new company. The suit and a related $400 million claim were dismissed based on an “agreement of parties,” […]

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Categories: Cheniere Energy, Driftwood LNG, Tellurian


1000th Cargo Shipped by Cheniere

Cheniere Celebrates 1000th LNG Cargo Milestone Cheniere Energy announced (Jan. 27) that it has produced and exported its 1000th cargo of LNG. From the news release: “The 1000th cargo was exported within a four-year time period after startup, setting an industry record and making Cheniere the fastest producer in the world to reach this milestone.” […]

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Categories: Cheniere Energy, Sabine Pass


FERC Issues Magnolia EIS

FERC Issues Supplemental FEIS (NatGas Intel, Subscription) Magnolia LNG received its Supplemental Final EIS from FERC (Jan. 27) to increase Magnolia LNG’s capacity to 8.8 mtpa. The increased production capacity would be achieved through the optimization of the final design, including additional and modified process equipment, according to FERC. All new or reconfigured facilities would […]

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Categories: LNG Limited, Magnolia LNG


Jordan Cove Pulls Oregon Permit

Path Forward Unclear After Sponsor Pulls State Permit (NatGas Intel, Subscription) Richard Nemec and Leticia Gonzales (Jan. 24): Pembina Pipeline Corp. on Jan. 23 pulled the removal-fill permit filed at the Oregon Department of State Lands, two days after the agency denied a request to extend the decision time on the Jordan Cove LNG project […]

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Categories: Jordan Cove LNG, Pembina


Annova LNG Secures Pipeline Deal

Annova Secures Supply Deal With Enbridge (NatGas Intel, Subscription) Leticia Gonzales (Jan. 23): Annova LNG has scored a 20-year supply deal that would access multiple receipt points with major pipelines in the Agua Dulce area to feed its Brownsville, Texas, project. The precedent agreement with Enbridge’s Valley Crossing Pipeline (VCP) would provide transportation for the […]

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Categories: Annova LNG, Enbridge


Panama Canal Fees and USLNG

New Fees Not Seen Dampening U.S. LNG Exports (NatGas Intel, Subscription) New fees to be implemented in mid-February by the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) don’t bode well for the LNG industry, but they may not lead to major repercussions for U.S. exports, an analyst said. In an effort to sustain operations following multiple low-rainfall years […]

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Categories: Panama Canal


Elba Island Moving Ahead

Fourth Unit to Begin Production (Reuters) Kinder Morgan Inc asked FERC for permission to put the fourth liquefaction train in service at its nearly $2 billion Elba Island LNG export plant in Georgia. KM has said it expects one 0.3 mtpa LNG train to enter service about each month through the summer of 2020 when […]

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Categories: Elba Island


Sabine Pass Storage

Cheniere Advances Efforts to Bring Storage Tanks Back Online (S&P Global Platts) Harry Weber & Ross Wyeno: Cheniere has received PHMSA approval to prioritize the return to service of one of the two storage tanks at its Sabine Pass LNG export facility that have been offline since a leak nearly two years ago… In an […]

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Categories: Cheniere Energy, PHMSA, Sabine Pass


Jordan Cove NOAA Opinion

Feds See Minimal Impact on Wildlife (AP) NOAA said that the effects of the proposed Jordan Cove LNG terminal and a 230-mile feeder pipeline along Coos Bay would be short term or on a small scale and dispersed broadly across 250 miles. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross: “NOAA’s opinion on Jordan Cove will pave the […]

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Categories: Jordan Cove LNG, NOAA


Eagle LNG Selects EPC Contractor

Eagle Selects Matrix Services for EPC Work Eagle LNG announced (Jan. 13) that it has selected Matrix Service for the engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction of its Jacksonville, Florida LNG export facility. The »$500 million facility will have a production capacity of 1.65 million gallons per day with 12 million gallons of storage plus a […]

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Categories: Eagle LNG


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