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Export Projects Update (May 2016)

The Lead: French Minister Wants to Ban U.S. LNG if “Fracked Gas” Involved Ségolène Royale, the French Minister of Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs, told told her parliament on May 10 that the French government was looking to ban U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports containing shale gas because hydraulic fracturing is banned in France. […]

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Export Projects Update (March 2016)

The Lead: Cheniere Ships Initial LNG Cargoes In a stunning turnaround for the United States—which less than a decade ago seemed destined to face an indefinite shortage of natural gas—Cheniere Energy shipped its first commissioning cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the company’s export terminal in Sabine Pass, Louisiana, on Feb. 24. The cargo […]

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Export Projects Update (July 2015)

LNG Allies Member Companies Delfin LNG (Fairwood LNG). Fairwood LNG announced (Jul. 01) that Enbridge (NYSE: ENB) has made a 5% equity investment in the company, entered into a joint development agreement for the Delfin LNG offshore LNG production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, and taken a seat on the Fairwood board. Fairwood also announced […]

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Export Project Update (Jan. 2015)

Jordan Cove Project Backed by Westerners. Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) and 13 other lawmakers from Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming have called upon the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to support the Jordan Cove LNG export project in Oregon and complete the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the project as soon as possible. According to […]

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Moniz Answers LNG Questions

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday (April 3) ostensibly to address the President’s F.Y. 2015 DOE Budget Request, but ended up answering questions about the LNG export licensing program. During the hearing, Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) said that he had reviewed the licenses that DOE had issued […]

Categories: Congress, DOE, Export License, Jordan Cove LNG, Oversight, US House

DOE Approves Jordan Cove Application

In a shrewdly timed move, the U.S. Department of Energy yesterday approved the seventh application in its long queue of projects awaiting licenses to export natural gas to non-FTA nations. The decision applied to the Jordan Cove project in Coos Bay, Oregon, and provides conditional approval to export up six million metric tons per annum […]

Categories: DOE, Export License, Jordan Cove LNG, US Senate

Jordan Cove Next Project in Line

Next up in the DOE /FE queue is the Jordan Cove LNG terminal to be located on the North Spit of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon. Ultimately, the Jordan Cove project is 75 percent owned by Veresen, Inc. (Alberta, Canada) with the remainder owned by Energy Projects Development, a Colorado LLC. Jordan Cove has requested […]

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