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Qatari LNG Tanker Expected to Arrive at Canaport LNG Terminal This Week

Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that the LNG carrier Masaimeer is expected to deliver an LNG cargo from Qatar to the Canaport LNG terminal this week. Several industry analysts told Platts that this development may contribute to continuing weakness in North American natural gas prices.

Local Opposition Group Plans Public Campaign Against Weaver’s Cove LNG Project

LNG opposition group Save The Bay has announced a public campaign against the planned Weaver’s Cove LNG project. The Providence Journal reports that the $12,000 campaign will include radio, newspaper, and billboard advertisements.

Citigroup Buys LNG for Re-Export from ConocoPhillips

Reuters reports that last week Citigroup purchased an LNG cargo for re-export from ConocoPhillips at the Freeport LNG terminal. The 150,000 m3 LNG carrier Clean Force is expected to arrive at the terminal later this week to load the cargo.

Weaver’s Cove Energy Responds to Comments of Massachusetts State Agency

Weaver’s Cove Energy filed comments with FERC yesterday criticizing the actions of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA). Specifically, Weaver’s Cove alleges that EOEEA ignored portions of the record that includes alternatives analysis and that “EOEEA’s attempt to inject itself into the Commission’s NEPA review...

Three-Nation Alliance Submits Consultant’s Report Challenging Downeast LNG’s Revised Purpose and Need Statement

Yesterday, the Three-Nation Alliance submitted a motion to FERC requesting that the Commission reject Downeast LNG’s August 21, 2009, Revised Purpose and Need Statement. The Alliance specifically challenged the fact that Downeast filed a revised purpose and need statement for the project more than one month after the public comment period on the Draft EIS closed. In support of...

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