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Oregon DEQ Informally Suspends Its Review of Bradwood Landing LNG Project

The Oregonian reports that Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has informally suspended its review of the air and water permit applications that developers of the Bradwood Landing LNG terminal filed with the agency. According to the Oregonian, the state’s assistant attorney general has asked the developers to agree to a formal suspension until the...

Downeast LNG Files Updated Market Information with FERC

Yesterday Downeast LNG provided FERC with updated market analysis regarding its proposed LNG import terminal and associated natural gas pipeline. The analysis is available in FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP07-52.

New Documents Available in Oregon Appeal of FERC Conditional Authorization of Bradwood Landing LNG

A number of documents regarding the State of Oregon’s Petition for Review of FERC’s conditional authorization of the Bradwood Landing LNG terminal are now available in FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP06-365.

Freeport LNG Responds to Commenters’ Concerns

Freeport LNG Development, L.P. issued detailed responses to a number of questions raised by commenters in a FERC proceeding  to examine Freeport LNG’s request to modify the existing design of the terminal. Freeport LNG’s filing is available in the eLibrary under Docket No. CP03-74-003.

Calypso LNG Withdraws Deepwater Port Application

Yesterday Calypso LNG, LLC notified the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) that it will suspend work on its previously filed application to construct an LNG deepwater port planned for offshore Florida. Calypso LNG’s announcement follows comments by Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (R) that he would oppose the project. MARAD’s press release (courtesy of LNGLawBlog) offers...

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