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AES Evaluating Options in Wake of Fourth Circuit’s Decision

Following a decision issued last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upholding a denial of a water quality certification by the State of Maryland, a spokesperson for AES said that the company was “considering several options” for its Sparrows Point LNG project, including seeking rehearing of the court’s decision. Read more in Platts LNG Daily...

Study Suggests Cook Inlet Holds Enough Gas to Continue Kenai LNG Exports

A study prepared by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources concluded that more than 1.14 Tcf of natural gas remains in the Cook Inlet. One official with the Department said that there are sufficient reserves to keep the Kenai LNG liquefaction facility operating, but that the state would likely seek a commitment from the Kenai LNG facility’s owners, ConocoPhillips and Marathon...

Fourth Circuit Denies Sparrows Point LNG’s Petition for Review of Maryland’s Decision on Water Permit

Yesterday a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit unanimously denied the appeal filed by AES Sparrows Point LNG, LLC and Mid-Atlantic Express, LLC. The two companies had petitioned the court to review a decision by the Maryland Department of the Environment to deny a water quality certification for the dredging operations planned as part of the...

European LNG Headlines

LNG Caro Expected “Soon” from Snoehvit Field – Statoil (Wall Street Journal)

December 24-25, 2009

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