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Varying Perspectives on LNG Development in California

The Ventura County Star features letters from three readers on LNG development proposed for California. One resident opposes the proposed importation of LNG due to potential safety risks. However, another reader notes that that LNG is hazardous “only under very minimal circumstances” and concludes that that the benefits of imported LNG, such as cost-efficient...

Oregon Residents Polled on Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Project

  The Mail Tribune has published its readers’ responses to a question regarding a proposed pipeline that would connect Jordan Cove Energy’s proposed LNG terminal in Coos Bay, Ore. to North West natural gas markets. The paper asked its readers, “What do you think of the proposal to build a massive natural gas pipeline across the region to connect Coos Bay and an existing...

Open Season for Mid-Atlantic Express from Sparrows Point LNG

Platts LNG Daily reports that AES subsidiary Mid-Atlantic Express on Tuesday began its open season for firm transportation service on the Mid-Atlantic Express pipeline. The pipeline, which AES hopes to have in service by 2010, would deliver gas from the proposed Sparrows Point LNG terminal to interconnections in Pennsylvania. Capacity at the Sparrows Point LNG terminal would be...

FERC Plans Visit to Quoddy Bay LNG Site

Interested parties are invited to join FERC staff members on a tour of the proposed site for the Quoddy Bay LNG terminal on July 13. The FERC notice is available in the e-Library in Docket No. PF06-11.

FERC Issues Draft EIS for Calhoun LNG Project

FERC Staff has issued the draft Environmental Impact Statement for the 1 Bcf/d Calhoun LNG project proposed for Port Lavaca, Texas, concluding that the terminal and its associated pipeline would have “limited adverse environmental impact” if certain mitigation measures are followed. Calhoun LNG and Point Comfort Pipeline Company are developers of the joint venture, which is...

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