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 […]
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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 […]
Agency Outlines Schedule of Review Commonwealth LNG announced Mon. (Oct. 21) that FERC has outlined an environmental review schedule for the project. FERC plans to issue a draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the 8.4 mtpa project in May 2020, followed by a final EIS in October 2020. That would put the deadline for a […]
Train 2 Cleared by FERC for Commissioning FERC has given the greenlight for certain initial commissioning activities to begin at Train 2 of the Cameron LNG project in Hackberry, Louisiana. The FERC permit for the variance request is “related to the commissioning procedures for the Train 2 MR and PR gas turbine solo runs, and […]
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.
Cheniere Seeks to Resume Service on One Storage Tank in Near Term (S&P Global Platts) Harry Weber (Dec. 03): Cheniere wants to prioritize returning to service one of two storage tanks that have been offline for almost two years at its Sabine Pass LNG… The company said in a letter to U.S. regulators released Tues. […]