Category Archives: Magnolia LNG

LNG Allies Supports Longer-Term Authorizations

Comments of LNG Allies to the Department of Energy Proposed LNG Export Authorization Extension Through 2050 March 12, 2020 Background On February 11, 2020, the Office of Fossil Energy (FE) of the Department of Energy (DOE) gave notice of a proposed policy statement to extend the standard 20-year term for authorizations to export natural gas […]

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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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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

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Magnolia and Delta Offshore Extension

Magnolia LNG Term Sheet Date with Delta Offshore Extended LNG Limited announced that its 100% owned project company, Magnolia LNG and Delta Offshore Energy have agreed to extend the validity date of their agreed upon non-binding term sheet until July 1, 2020 by entering into an amended and restated memorandum of understanding. The parties also […]

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Magnolia Gets NEPA Document

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.

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