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Gulf LNG Dredging Work Ahead of Schedule

Company officials with Gulf LNG told the Mississippi Press that its dredging operations are approximately two months ahead of schedule and should be completed soon. Gulf LNG also reported that work is set to begin on the terminal’s LNG storage tanks and that the terminal should be completed by 2011.

BP Considering Options for Proposed Crown Landing LNG Project

The Gloucester County Times offers an update on BP’s proposed Crown Landing LNG import project. According to the Times, BP is considering its options for the proposed project site, but no decisions have been made.

AES Confident that LNG Project Proposed for the Bahamas Will Go Forward

AES Corp. told the Bahamas Journal that altering its Ocean Cay LNG project design to provide natural gas for the Bahamas, in addition to the United States, represents a “dramatic change” in the project and that the company is optimistic that it will be allowed to move forward with construction.

Alaska Governor Orders State Agencies to Assist Developers of LNG Liquefaction Project

Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) has ordered  state agencies to assist the companies developing an LNG liquefaction terminal proposed for Valdez that would export LNG to Asian markets or deliver to the U.S. West Coast.

Op-Ed Supports Sparrows Point LNG Project but at Different Site

An op-ed carried by the Baltimore Sun argues that the proposed Sparrows Point LNG regasification terminal should not be constructed at its current proposed site, but rather moved to a site further from residential areas.

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