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Backers of Safe Harbor LNG Hope to Resume Work on Project in Six Months

An attorney for Safe Harbor LNG developer Atlantic Sea Island Group told Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] yesterday that its client hopes to resume work on the LNG deepwater port permit application in approximately six months.

FERC Approves Cameron LNG’s Proposal to Install a Spare Gas Compressor

Yesterday FERC approved Cameron LNG’s proposal to install a spare natural gas compressor as part of the pipeline facilities associated with the regasification terminal. FERC’s order is available in the eLibrary under Docket No.CP10-165.

Details Emerge Regarding Withdrawal of Safe Harbor LNG Proposal

The Star-Ledger (N.J.) provides further details regarding the withdrawal of the Safe Harbor LNG proposal. The project sponsor, Atlantic Sea Island Group, reportedly informed the U.S. Coast Guard that it has suspended the project, citing the retirement of the company’s founder and CEA as well as the current economic and political climate.

Mexican Citizen Files Lawsuit in U.S. Federal Court Against Sempra Energy

A Mexican citizen has filed a lawsuit against Sempra Energy over allegations arising from the permitting and development of the Energia Costa Azul LNG terminal in Mexico. The complaint, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, is available in the PACER system [subscription required] under Docket No. 10-CV-1513. The San Diego Union Tribune offers...

European LNG Headlines

Energy politics cloud Lithuanian LNG decision (ICIS Heren) [Subscription required]

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