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Maryland Dept. of Environment Requests Summary Judgment in Suit Over AES Sparrows Point LNG

Late last week the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) submitted a motion for summary judgment in its law suit against the U.S. Department of Commerce over Commerce’s decision to overrule the state’s determination that the AES Sparrows Point LNG project was inconsistent with Maryland’s federally approved Coastal Zone Management Program. MDE argues that...

CLNG Op-Ed: LNG Industry Committed to Safety and Security

Responding to a previous op-ed piece, Bill Cooper, President of the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas, writes in today’s Boston Globe that “[t]he security regime surrounding LNG shipments is the most robust of any cargo imported into the United States.” Cooper asserts that the proposed deliveries of LNG to the Everett LNG facility sourced from Yemen will undergo...

Environmental Consultancy Sues Quoddy Bay LNG

TRC Environmental Corporation, an environmental consulting firm, has filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma against Quoddy Bay LNG alleging unpaid bills of more than $1.2 million. The complaint and associated documents are available in the PACER system [subscription required] under Docket No. 5:2010cv00062.  This is the second lawsuit over...

European LNG Headlines

Qatar Petroleum Team Visits South Hook LNG Terminal (Gulf Times)

Cargo En Route to Energia Costa Azul LNG Terminal

Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that a cargo is en route from Indonesia to the Energia Costa Azul LNG terminal in Baja, Mexico. The cargo has been delayed due to bad weather, but should arrive at the terminal by Friday.

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