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Editorial: LNG Good for Maine

The Portland Press Herald offers an editorial arguing that Maine needs at least one LNG terminal.

Governor Says No Need for LNG in Oregon

In an interview with the Daily Astorian, Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski said that he does not believe that Oregon needs LNG to meet the state’s energy demands. He also noted that his administration is continuing its appeal of FERC’s approval of the Bradwood Landing LNG project even though the developer of the project, NorthernStar Natural Gas, has filed for bankruptcy...

FERC Requests Environmental Information from Freeport LNG

Yesterday FERC submitted a request for environmental information to Freeport LNG regarding wetlands and wildlife potentially affected by the project. FERC’s request is available in the Commission’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP03-75.

European LNG Headlines

Enel to Start Building Sicily Terminal This Year (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required] Shift in Spain’s LNG Market (ICIS Heren) [Subscription required] Italian LNG Tariffs Rise (ICIS Heren) [Subscription required]

Key Financial Partner Calais LNG Selling Its Stake in Project

GS Power Holding LLC, a subsidiary of the investment bank Goldman Sachs, is selling its stake in the Calais LNG regasification project. According to a letter submitted to the Maine Board of Environmental Protection (BEP), Calais LNG expects the sale to be complete by August 11, 2010, and has asked the BEP to delay a meeting scheduled for tomorrow. Calais LNG also noted that “[i]n...

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