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Polish Treasury: LNG Terminal Won’t Hit Consumer Gas Prices (Warsaw Business Journal)

APGA Files Comments Opposing Freeport LNG Export Proposal

The American Public Gas Association (APGA) has submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Energy opposing the Freeport LNG export proposal, arguing that U.S. domestic gas supplies would be put to better use in the North American market. The comments will be available soon from the Office of Fossil Energy in Docket No. 10-161-LNG. Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] provides...

Joint Venture Proposes Second LNG Export Project for Northern British Columbia

BC LNG Export Co-Operative LLC, a joint-venture between LNG Partners and the Haisla First Nation, has submitted an application to Canada’s National Energy Board to construct and operate an LNG export facility on British Columbia’s Pacific coast. According to the Calgary Herald, the LNG export project contemplated would have a liquefaction capacity of 125 MMcf/d and cost...

Energy Firm Files Comments Supporting Freeport LNG Export Proposal

Copano Energy, a Houston-based midstream energy company, submitted comments to FERC and the U.S. Department of Energy in support of the Freeport LNG export project. Copano Energy cited numerous reasons it supports the export proposal, including creating new markets for North American natural gas, increasing state tax revenue, and creating jobs in furtherance of President Obama’s...

Savannah City Council Seeks Additional Information on Southeast LNG Truck Distribution Proposal

The Savannah City Council passed a resolution seeking more information on the Southeast LNG truck distribution proposal and requesting that federal regulators perform a detailed study on the project. Read more in the Savannah Morning News.

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