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U.S. DOE Approves Freeport LNG’s Export Proposal for FTA Nations

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has approved Freeport LNG’s request for authorization to export LNG to nations that currently or in the future enter free trade agreements (FTAs) with the United States. Freeport LNG’s export proposal contemplates the export of 9 Mtpa of LNG over a 25-year period. At present, fifteen nations have FTAs with the United States. Find further...

Op-Ed: Second Canadian LNG Export Project Rumored

An op-ed piece carried in yesterday’s Calgary Herald noted rumors that a second LNG export project besides the Kitimat LNG project could be in the works for Western Canada.

ConocoPhillips Representative Speaks to Alaskan Lawmakers on Kenai LNG Shutdown Decision

Dan Clark, manager of Cook Inlet assets for ConocoPhillips, and others spoke before the Alaska House of Representatives’ Economic Development, Trade, and Tourism Committee yesterday. Clark told committee members that LNG market conditions were the key factor in the company’s decision to suspend its operations at the Kenai LNG facility. Platts LNG Daily [subscription...

Op-Eds Discuss Effects of Decision to Shutdown Kenai LNG Export Facility

Alaskan House Speaker Mike Chenault (R) offers an op-ed piece carried by the Alaska Dispatch this morning that discusses the effects of the decision to shutdown the Kenai LNG export facility. Speaker Chenault notes that the decision will have a serious impact on the workers at the facility, many of whom are his constituents, and that the decision should encourage the construction of an...

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AGRI Liquefied Gas Project May Cost 5 Billion Euros (Bloomberg)

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