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Jamaican Energy Minister to Oversee LNG Project

Energy Minister Clive Mullings will oversee the development of Jamaica’s first LNG project, Prime Minister Bruce Golding said yesterday. Find further details in the Jamaica Gleaner.

Canada’s NEB Reports Releases Data on Canaport LNG Imports

Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) has released recent data on LNG imports to the Canaport terminal located in New Brunswick. Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that the 5.63 Bcf of LNG imported to Canaport LNG in April represents an approximately 50% decline from March 2011 LNG import levels.

Southern Union Begins Negotiations with Williams

Following a recent offer to acquire the company, Southern Union has announced that it has begun negotiations with Williams. The announcement follows competing bids for Southern Union submitted by Williams and Energy Transfer Equity. The acquisition would include Southern Union’s ownership of the Lake Charles LNG facility. Find further information in Platts Gas Daily [subscription...

Sonangol: Gulf LNG Terminal to Begin Operations in October

A report published by Sonangol, Angola’s state-owned energy company and shareholder in the Gulf LNG regasification project, states that the Gulf LNG facility is on schedule to begin commercial operations in October. Read more in Platts LNG Daily [subscription required].

Op-Ed: Shipping LNG from Northern Canada to South Korea an Option

An op-ed piece carried by The Tyee (British Columbia, Canada) discusses the possibility of transporting natural gas from Canada’s Mackenzie Delta as LNG to South Korea and other Asian customers.

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