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Editorial Highlights Effects of Kenai LNG Shutdown on Local Gas Market

An editorial carried today by the Anchorage Daily News highlights the likely effects of the decision to shutdown the Kenai LNG liquefaction facility. The piece notes that the Kenai LNG facility provided key gas storage services for the local market and that without stored inventories, the local residents may need to conserve energy during wintertime peak usage...

FERC Responds to Mass. State Representative

Responding to a letter from Mass. State Rep. David Sullivan (D), FERC Chairman Jon Wellinghoff stated that the Commission is awaiting revised vapor dispersion exclusion zone analysis from Weaver’s Cove LNG. Chairman Wellinghoff went on to say that FERC would only grant Weaver’s Cove LNG’s application if the project demonstrates compliance with the U.S. Department of...

European LNG Headlines

Botas of Turkey Seeks to Limit LNG Imports, Haberturk Says (Bloomberg)

Editorial Touts Benefits of EnCana-PetroChina Deal for Kitimat LNG Project

An editorial in today’s Vancouver Sun says that the recent deal between EnCana Corp. and PetroChina “breathes new life” into the proposed Kitimat LNG export project.

Op-Eds Analyze Southeast LNG Truck Distribution Proposal

Op-eds recently published by the Savannah Morning News analyze the Southeast LNG proposal to distribute by truck LNG that has been imported via the Elba Island LNG regasification terminal. Separately, FERC has released the transcript of the public meeting convened February 2, 2011, to discuss the LNG trucking proposal. The transcript is available in FERC’s eLibrary under Docket...

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