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Sempra’s LNG Terminal Adds to US Supply

Industry analysts comment on the impact of the startup of Sempra’s LNG terminal in Cameron, Louisiana, on the gas supply and gas prices in the United States. Since its commissioning in June, the terminal at Cameron has sent around 550,000 Mcf/d into the U.S. market. The effect of this added supply on prices has been softened by global supply outages and increased demand overseas....

Sabine Pass Expected to Receive First LNG vessel from Train 6 of RasGas III

Dow Jones Factiva [subscription required] reports that the first LNG vessel from the train No.6 of RasGas III is scheduled to sail on August 2. The vessel is expected to be bound for Sabine Pass LNG Terminal where US Chevron Corporation holds capacity rights. Last month Chevron indicated its intention to implement the short-term LNG supply contract with RasGas to receive LNG at Sabine...

European LNG Headlines

Russia’s Putin sees LNG cooperation with GDF Suez: report (Dow Jones International News) [subscription required]

Supplemental EIS Sought for Jordan Cove LNG Project

The Western Environmental Law Center submitted a letter to FERC this week requesting a supplemental environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Jordan Cove LNG Terminal and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. The letter explains that the withdrawal of the Western Oregon Plan Revisions (cited numerous times in the final EIS) renders the associated analysis legally deficient. The letter is...

European LNG Headlines

France cites environment in turning down lease for 4Gas terminal: report (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required]  PGNiG eyes extending Yamal gas supply until 2035 (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required]

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