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Neptune LNG Deepwater Port Expects First Cargo Delivery in August

A GDF Suez spokesperson told the Gloucester Times that the company expects the first LNG cargo to arrive at the Neptune LNG deepwater port in August. The company representative also noted that one of Neptune LNG’s two LNG unloading buoys is operational now and that the second is undergoing tests and awaiting delivery of the second of two shuttle regasification vessels constructed...

European LNG Headlines

Croatian LNG Investment Decision Unlikely Before 2013 (Reuters) Gas Natural Fenosa Eyes European LNG Expansion (ICIS Heren) [Subscription required]

Dominion Cove Point LNG Addresses FERC’s Data Request

Last week Dominion Cove Point LNG filed responses to FERC’s data request that addressed a number of post-inspection recommendations filed by the Commission. Dominion Cove Point’s responses are available in the eLibrary under Docket No. CP05-130.

Oregon State Senator May Subpoena Documents Relating to Bradwood Landing LNG

Oregon State Senator Ted Ferrioli suggested this week that he may pursue a request to examine certain documents relating to the Bradwood Landing LNG project under a subpoena. Find further information in the Natural Resource Report.

Kenai LNG to Seek Two-Year Extension of Export License

This week, Dan Clark, ConocoPhillips’ manager of the Kenai LNG facility, said that his company will request a two-year extension of its license to export LNG from its Cook Inlet liquefaction facility. Read more in the Alaska Journal.

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