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U.S. ACE to Study Widening of Bayou Casotte Ship Channel

The U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers has begun to evaluate widening the Bayou Casotte ship channel. A representative for Gulf LNG said that although the ship channel at present is sufficient for the terminal’s anticipated needs, a wider channel may permit two-way ship traffic, night transits, and operation in high wind conditions. Read more in the Mississippi...

European LNG Headlines

U.K.’s Centrica Buys Suncor LNG Asset in Trinidad (Reuters) U.K. South Hook LNG Flows Soar as Terminal Commissioning Continues (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required]

Editorial Argues Against LNG Vessels in Boston Harbor

An editorial carried by the Chelsea Record (Mass.) argues that LNG vessels should unload their cargos at offshore deepwater ports, not at the Everett LNG facility near Boston.

Tugs Delivered for Cameron LNG Terminal

Two newly-constructed Z-drive tug boats have been delivered to Moran Towing of Lake Charles, LLC, the company that provides tug services to LNG vessels at the Cameron LNG import terminal. Marine Log offers further...

Oregon Delays CZMA Decision on Bradwood Landing LNG an Additional Six Months

Bradwood Landing LNG and the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development have entered into an agreement that stays the state’s review period to decide whether the Bradwood Landing LNG project is consistent with Oregon’s federally approved Coastal Zone Management Plan until September 15, 2010. The agreement is available in the FERC eLibrary under Docket No....

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