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NMFS Recommends MARAD, U.S. Coast Guard Deny TORP LNG Terminal Application

Citing environmental concerns, the National Marine Fisheries Service has recommended that the Maritime Administration and the U.S. Coast Guard deny the TORP LNG terminal application. The recommendation is available on Regulations.gov under Docket No. USCG-2006-24644. The Associated Press (via the Bradenton Herald) provides additional coverage.

Daily Letters to the Editor

Daily Astorian (Ore.) (Opposed to the Bradwood Landing LNG project)Daily Astorian (Ore.) (Opposed to the Bradwood Landing LNG project)Daily Astorian (Ore.) (Opposed to the Bradwood Landing LNG project)Daily Astorian (Ore.) (Addresses LNG safety concerns)

Opponents of Rabaska LNG Proposal Request UNESCO Review

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has been asked by opponents of the proposed Rabaska LNG import facility to determine whether the Canadian and Quebec governments are sufficiently protecting Quebec City’s status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The request follows the Canadian government’s approval of the Rabaska terminal...

Jordan Cove Project Developers Answer Local Residents’ Questions

The Mail Tribune (Ore.) provides details on a meeting held last night where representatives from the proposed Jordan Cove LNG import terminal and associated pipeline answered local residents’ questions about the project.

Industry Officials Concerned that U.S. Financial Crisis Could Affect LNG Sector

Speaking at the 3rd Asia LNG Summit in Shenzhen, China, Stephen Del Regno, managing director of Asia for Chevron International Gas, expressed concerns that the current financial crisis in the United States could “cascade,” affecting both upstream and downstream aspects of the LNG value chain. A number of other LNG industry officials concurred. Platts LNG Daily provides...

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