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FERC
September 4, 2018

Praise for FERC LNG Schedules

Praise for FERC Action Setting LNG Project Schedules WASHINGTON — Sept. 4, 2018 — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has released scheduling orders for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project applications pending before the agency. As shown in the table below, the agency has committed to completing its required National Environmental Policy Act […]

USLNG Industry
July 1, 2018

Export Projects Update (Q2 2018)

Lead: First Project Since 2015 Moves Forward Cheniere Energy announced May 22 that it had taken a final investment decision (FID) on Train 3 (4.5 million tons per annum, “mtpa”) at its Corpus Christi liquefaction and export terminal in Texas. This is the first U.S. LNG export project to reach FID since 2015. Financial details […]

USLNG Industry
March 31, 2018

Export Projects Update (Q1 2018)

Lead Story: And Then There Were Two The second major liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in the continental United States—Dominion Energy’s Cove Point (DECP) terminal in Lusby, Maryland, on the Chesapeake Bay—shipped its first commissioning cargo on March 01. According to the Dominion news release: “All major equipment has been operated and is being […]

Alaska LNG
July 5, 2017

Export Projects Update (July 2017)

Cheniere Energy Corporate News On June 7, senior leaders of the Polish government and executives from Cheniere commemorated the first shipment of U.S. LNG to Central and Eastern Europe as the Clean Ocean unloaded its’ cargo at the Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal at the Port of Świnoujście on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast. The cargo was […]

Alaska LNG
September 30, 2016

Export Projects Update (Sept. 2016)

LNG Allies and OEM Members Cameron LNG. Sempra Energy (Cameron’s 51.3% majority owner) announced (Sept. 13) that Joseph A. Householder is now Corporate Group President of Infrastructure Businesses. Reporting to Sempra Energy CEO Debra L. Reed, he will oversee Sempra’s midstream, LNG, renewable energy, and Mexican operations. Sabine Pass. Cheniere Energy said (Sept. 16) that it […]

Alaska LNG
June 30, 2016

Export Projects Update (June 2016)

The Lead: Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenges to FERC LNG Decisions The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued two rulings (June 28) on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) role in considering greenhouse gas emissions as part of the environmental review of LNG export applications. In separate decisions, the […]

Alaska LNG
September 15, 2015

Export Projects Update (Sept. 2015)

LNG Allies Member Companies Delfin LNG (Fairwood LNG). Bechtel Oil, Gas, and Chemicals said in a News Release (Aug. 04) that Fairwood LNG had entered into an agreement with Bechtel to perform front-end engineering and design (FEED) for the first U.S.-based floating liquefied natural gas vessel (FLNGV) to go into service at Port Delfin, the proposed […]

Alaska LNG
May 31, 2015

Export Projects Update (May 2015)

LNG Allies Member Companies Delfin LNG. Delfin LNG (May 08) filed an application with the Maritime Administration and the US Coast Guard to authorize Delfin’s deepwater LNG export project to be located 50 miles offshore of Louisiana. The project contemplates four floating liquefaction vessels, an 50-mile pipeline, and onshore gas compression equipment. It would be capable […]

Alaska LNG
August 19, 2014

Moniz Says Alaska LNG to Be Treated Differently

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz traveled with Alaska Sen. Mark Begich to a stakeholders meeting in Anchorage on Aug. 18. Although the meeting was “off the record,” Moniz made some very interesting comments—especially in light of his department’s recently revised LNG export procedures—during a post-meeting news conference. As reported in the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Moniz […]

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