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Eagle Maxville Files DOE Export Application

Eagle LNG Partners Jacksonville II LLC (Eagle Maxville) has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for authorization to export up to 2.8 Bcf/year (0.06 million tonnes) of LNG over a 20-year period to nations with and without a Free Trade Agreement with the United States. Eagle Maxville proposes to export the LNG from its LNG production and storage facility...

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...

Widened Panama Canal to Open June 26; U.S. LNG Supplies Expected to Remain in Atlantic Basin

Hellenic Shipping News reports that the Panama Canal widening project is expected to be inaugurated June 26, allowing it to accommodate large LNG tankers and permitting U.S. Gulf Coast LNG producers to reduce the shipping time to markets in Asia by approximately ten days.  However, according to an analyst, “prices in the Pacific aren’t currently high enough to create a large arbitrage...

Eagle LNG to Construct Liquefaction Plant to Supply Crowley Ships

Eagle LNG announced that it has begun the construction process for a 200,000 gallons/day (87,000 gallons/day initially) natural gas liquefaction plant in West Jacksonville, Fla., which is anticipated to be operational by early 2017. The LNG will be used to supply Crowley’s new LNG-powered Commitment Class ships for trade between the U.S. mainland and Puerto Rico and also available for...

Panama Canal Expansion to Open June 2016

Bloomberg reports that the expansion of the Panama Canal is expected to open June 26, 2016, “almost two years behind schedule.” According to the report, the expansion will accommodate LNG carriers and enable such carriers traveling from the U.S. Gulf Coast to reach Asian markets “more than two weeks faster than they would going east through the Suez Canal.”...

GAO Releases Report on the Implications of Using U.S. LNG Carriers for Exports

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) has released a report analyzing the effects on jobs and the U.S. maritime industry if Congress were to pass legislation requiring U.S. produced LNG to be exported via U.S.-built-and-flagged carriers.  The report finds that such a requirement could expand employment for U.S. mariners and shipbuilders if it does not reduce the expected...

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