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Oregon LUBA Orders County to Reconsider Approval of Pipeline Associated with Jordan Cove LNG Project

The Oregonian reports that the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) has ordered Coos County to reconsider its approval of the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, a project associated with the planned Jordan Cove LNG import terminal.

Op-Ed Examines Low Utilization Rates at Northeast LNG Deepwater Ports

An op-ed carried by the Milford Daily News examines the Northeast natural gas market and the low utilization rates at the Neptune LNG and Northeast Gateway LNG deepwater ports in recent months.

APGA Responds to Sabine Pass Liquefaction in FERC LNG Export Proceeding

Yesterday the American Public Gas Association (APGA) responded to Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC’s answer to APGA’s prior submission to FERC in opposition to the company’s proposed LNG export facilities at the existing Sabine Pass terminal. In its filing, APGA argues that exporting natural gas is inconsistent with the goal of reducing the country’s dependence on...

Numerous Comments Filed in Support of Freeport LNG Export Proposal

A number of comments have been submitted by interested parties in support of the proposed Freeport LNG liquefaction and export project. The comments, available in U.S. Department of Energy Docket 10-161-LNG, were filed by elected officials, trade groups, and other participants in the U.S. LNG industry.

European LNG Headlines

Gazprom, Statoil Stress Need to Keep Shtokman Time Plan (Barents Observer)

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