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USGS Examines OceanWay LNG Deepwater Port Proposal

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has released a study examining the potential geologic hazards affecting the OceanWay LNG deepwater port proposal. Energy Current provides additional coverage.

Oregon to Delay Coastal Zone Consistency Decision for Bradwood Landing

The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development and NorthernStar Natural Gas Co., the developer backing the Bradwood Landing LNG terminal, have agreed to postpone the deadline for a decision on whether the Bradwood Landing LNG project is consistent with Oregon’s federally approved Coastal Zone Management Plan. The Daily Astorian reports that the new deadline is May 19,...

LNG Vessel Reaches Everett LNG Terminal After Temporarily Losing Propulsion

The Associated Press (carried via the Worcester Telegram (Mass.)) reports that the LNG vessel Suez Matthew has arrived at the Everett LNG regasification terminal located near Boston. The vessel temporarily lost propulsion early Sunday morning.

FERC Seeking Comments on Proposed Pipeline Connection with Gulf LNG Terminal

In yesterday’s Federal Register, FERC announced that it intends to prepare an environmental assessment for a proposed natural gas pipeline that would connect the Gulf LNG import terminal to existing pipeline infrastructure. Comments are due to FERC by January 15, 2009. The Mobile Press-Register (Ala.) provides additional coverage.

FERC Denies Rehearing Request for New York State Agencies in Broadwater Energy Proceeding

Yesterday FERC denied rehearing of the New York State Departments of State and of Environmental Conservation’s request  for late intervention in the Broadwater Energy proceeding. FERC’s order is available in its eLibrary under Docket No. CP06-54.

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