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Article: U.S. LNG Deliveries to the U.K. Likely to be Rare

Platts reports that although a shipment U.S. LNG landed at the United Kingdom’s Isle of Grain last week, additional U.S. LNG shipments to the U.K. are likely to be few because profit margins on U.S. LNG are higher in other markets, such as Mexico and East Asia.    ...

ConocoPhillips’ Kenai LNG Plant to be Mothballed

The Alaska Journal reports that ConocoPhillips intends to fully shut down its Kenai, Alaska LNG terminal because of depressed global LNG prices and ConocoPhillips’ inability to find a suitable buyer for the plant. According to the article, the last LNG export from the Kenai plant was in the fall of 2015....

Open Season Underway for Alaska LNG Capacity

Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) has announced the commencement of a foundation customer capacity solicitation to determine the foundation customers who wish to reserve capacity on the proposed Alaska LNG Project. “The capacity solicitation presents an opportunity for North Slope gas resource owners and other qualified parties to subscribe to capacity on the Alaska LNG system.”...

Cheniere to Ship Sabine Pass LNG to Poland

Bloomberg reports that Poland’s state-owned PGNiG SA purchased a spot LNG cargo from Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, La. for delivery in June to the nation’s Baltic Sea import terminal, which the press release describes as “the first such contract for Central and Eastern Europe.”  ...

Resources Energy’s Proposed Alaska LNG Terminal Cancelled

KTVA Alaska reports that Japanese-based firm Resources Energy, Inc. (REI) has cancelled its plans to build a small, nearly $1 billion LNG plant at Port MacKenzie, Cook Inlet, Alaska due to low LNG prices.  REI planned to supply LNG to two municipal and regional industrial customers in Japan.    ...

Crowley and Eagle LNG Constructing LNG Bunkering Terminal in Jacksonville

Crowley Maritime Corp. (Crowley) and Eagle LNG Partners (Eagle) announced that Eagle has begun construction of a new LNG bunkering facility on Crowley’s property at Jaxport’s Talleyrand Marine Terminal in Jacksonville, Fla. The facility will be an LNG fueling station to serve Crowley’s new Commitment Class, LNG-powered, combination container/Roll-on Roll-off ships, which are under...

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