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Opponent of Weaver’s Cove LNG Project Submits “Wedge Lot” Title Research to FERC

David William Frederick, an opponent to the Weaver’s Cove LNG project proposed in Fall River, Mass., has submitted research to FERC on the title to the so-called “wedge lot.” Frederick argues in his submission that his research demonstrates that the developers of the Weaver’s Cove LNG project do not have control over the project site. Frederick’s...

Industry Analysts See Advantages for Re-Tooled North American LNG Regasification Terminals, Greenfield Projects for LNG Exports

Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] summarizes remarks from two industry analysts who noted the  advantages of expanded LNG regasification terminals and greenfield LNG export projects. Speaking at a Platts LNG conference this week, Amber McCullagh of Wood Mackenzie argued that Gulf Coast LNG facilities, such as Sabine Pass LNG or Freeport LNG, have several advantages over proposed...

European LNG Headlines

LNG Creates Record U.K. Gas Exports (Platts LNG Daily) [subscription required] Province: Sicilian LNG Terminal Close to Getting Construction Approval (Platts LNG Daily) [subscription required]

Freeport LNG Submits Analysis of Vapor Dispersion Zones Under Various Scenarios

Last week, Freeport LNG submitted to FERC an analysis of vapor dispersion zones under various scenarios of LNG releases. The analysis was submitted in response to requests for information that address revised interpretations of safety regulations issued by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and is available in the FERC eLibrary under Docket No....

Energy Minister Hopes Ukraine, United States Can Cooperate on LNG and Other Energy Projects

Following inter-governmental talks in Washington, D.C., Ukrainian Energy Minister Yuri Boiko said he believes American companies can assist Ukraine as it develops an LNG import terminal in its territory. UPI offers additional coverage.

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