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Wood Mackenzie: U.S. LNG Imports Likely to Increase Despite Relatively Low Natural Gas Price

Jen Snyder, head of Wood Mackenzie North American Gas Research, told Platts LNG Daily that she expects LNG imports to the United States to continue to increase over the next several years because cargos under existing supply agreements are expensive to divert and LNG suppliers will send some gas to North America in order to keep LNG prices in Europe and Asia relatively high....

Port Dolphin LNG Developers Examining Options for Alternative Gas Pipeline Route

The developers backing the Port Dolphin LNG deepwater port project will spend the next two weeks analyzing data from surveys of the ocean floor to help determine a new route for a proposed pipeline that will transport regasified natural gas 28 miles from the offshore project site to the Florida mainland. Port Dolphin needed to find a new path for the pipeline in part due to local...

New York Agencies Seek Judicial Review of FERC’s Approval of Broadwater LNG

The New York State Departments of State and Environmental Conservation have joined Suffolk County in petitioning the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit seeking judicial review of FERC’s approval of the Broadwater LNG project. The Times Review (Suffolk, N.Y.) reports that the petition claims that FERC violated the federal Coastal Zone Management Act, the Clean Water Act,...

Kitimat LNG Seeking Third-Party Interest for LNG Export Facility

Kitimat LNG announced yesterday that it is seeking formal expressions of interest from any entities interested in terminal capacity, off-take rights, or an equity position in its LNG export facility proposed for the West Coast of Canada.

First Large-Scale LNG Plant in California Begins Operations

Clean Energy announced yesterday that it has started up its California LNG plant in the Mojave Desert in Boron, Calif. The LNG produced by this plant will be used as transportation fuel throughout the U.S. Southwest for port trucks and regional trucking. Clean Energy highlights that the LNG produced from its facility will help replace over 8,000 old diesel trucks with trucks...

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