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British Energy Commission May Rescind Grain LNG Facility’s Capacity Holder Exemption

Companies such as BP and Sonatrach may no longer enjoy guaranteed access to the Isle of Grain LNG terminal in England, according to a Nov. 25 letter written by Ofgem, the British energy regulator. The letter says that Grain LNG failed to address Ofgem’s concerns regarding the implementation of “anti-hoarding measures and publish sufficient relevant information in order to...

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Del.-N.J. Border Clash Case

The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday agreed to hear the border dispute between Delaware and New Jersey over the siting of an LNG terminal in the Delaware River. The court will consider the new complaint, rather than a reopening a previous matter, in which the U.S. Supreme Court established the present boundary. Details are in Today’s Sunbeam. [Articles older than 14 days are no...

Speaker to Discuss LNG Concerns

The director of the Center for Energy Economics at the University of Texas in Austin tomorrow will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of liquefied natural gas at the Liberty Theater in Astoria, Ore. An article in yesterday’s Daily Astorian provides additional details of the event, which is hosted by the Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce. [Subscription required]

Lawsuit Against Passamaquoddy Tribe Seeks Access to LNG Documents

Attorneys for The Bangor Daily News and The Quoddy Times yesterday argued in Cumberland County Superior Court that the public should have access to Passamaquoddy tribal council meetings regarding a planned LNG terminal in Washington County, Maine. A lawsuit was filed after two journalists’ requests to gain access to documents were denied by the tribe. Today’s Bangor...

Two Perspectives on LNG in Oregon

The Portland Tribune on Friday published two contrasting views on LNG regarding safety and security and plentiful and affordable energy.

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