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Residents React to Expansion of Pipeline Associated with Gulf LNG Terminal

A number of local residents reacted favorably to the announced expansion of a pipeline associated with the Gulf LNG regasification terminal that was proposed earlier this week by Williams. See the Press-Register (Mobile, Ala.) for further...

Oregon State Rep. Reiterates Support for LNG Projects

Brad Witt, an Oregon state representative, remains supportive of the proposed LNG projects in his state despite public opposition. The Daily Astorian provides further information. [Subscription required]

Local Residents Attend FERC Meeting on Proposed Jordan Cove LNG Project

The News-Review (Roseburg, Ore.) and KDRV News (Medford, Ore.) provide coverage of two public meetings held by FERC on the proposed Jordan Cove LNG...

FERC Encourages Affected Property Owners to Comment on Sparrows Point LNG Project Pipeline

FERC has sent letters to property owners who may be affected by the construction of the proposed pipeline associated with the Sparrows Point LNG project. The letters encourage property owners to provide the Commission with comments, particularly about environmental concerns, on the natural gas pipeline proposal. A copy of the Commission’s letter to property owners is available in...

Report: United States to Compete in Global LNG Market in Long-Term

The American Gas Foundation released a report yesterday concluding that despite weak demand for LNG in the short-term, increases in both worldwide exporting capacity and U.S. demand for natural gas will allow the United States to compete in the global LNG market in the long-term.

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