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European LNG Headlines

Croatia LNG Group Applies for Crucial Terminal Permit (Balkans.com) E.ON Ruhrgas CEO: In Talks with Qatari Firms Over LNG (Zawya) Natural Gas Glut Forces a Rethink for Producers (Financial Times)

Editorial Supports Application of Wild and Scenic Designation to Taunton River

An editorial published in today’s Herald News (Fall River, Mass.) offers support for the U.S. Department of Interior’s conclusion that it will “be unable to find [the Weaver’s Cove LNG] project consistent with the Taunton Wild and Scenic River designation,” noting that the Weaver’s Cove project could affect the local economy and environment.

Chief Executive of Kitimat LNG Discusses Project, Transition to Apache and EOG

Rosemary Boulton, president and CEO of Kitimat LNG, spoke with the Terrace Standard (British Columbia, Canada) this week. Boulton discussed the Kitimat LNG liquefaction proposal and the transition period between Kitimat LNG Inc. and the new partners in the venture, Apache Canada Ltd. and EOG Resources Inc.

Qatari Official: Qatar May Divert Large Portion of LNG Supplies Away from U.S. Destinations

Speaking with Middle East Economic Survey [subscription required], Qatari Oil Minister Abdullah al-Attiyah said that Qatar may divert up to 20 million metric tons of LNG per year away from originally intended destinations in the United States to capture better prices. Al-Attiyah noted that Qatar would still export approximately 6 million metric tons to the United States each year....

Safe Harbor LNG Project Remains Possible

Following New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s (R) announcement of his opposition to the LNG projects proposed for offshore New Jersey, the Long Island Herald provides an update on the status of the Safe Harbor LNG project. The piece also offers reactions from a number of energy and environmental professionals.

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