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Repsol Expects November Start Up for Manzanillo LNG Terminal

Speaking yesterday in Madrid, Repsol CEO Miquel Martinez said that he expects operations at the Manzanillo LNG terminal to “ramp up” in November. Martinez also noted that a significant portion of Repsol’s LNG production in Peru will be directed to the Manzanillo terminal. Read more in Platts LNG Daily [subscription required].

FERC Announces Plans to Revise Its Draft EIS for Downeast LNG

FERC issued an update yesterday on the Commission’s regulatory review of the proposed Downeast LNG import project. In its update, FERC stated that it is gathering additional information to develop a Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Downeast LNG project. This Revised DEIS would address changes to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety...

European LNG Headlines

Crunch Decision for Shannon LNG Project (The Kerryman) Ukraine Extends LNG Terminal Tender Amid Huge Response (Platts LNG Daily) [subscription required] Latvia Seeks to Allay Estonian Fears Over LNG Terminal Plan (Bloomberg)

FERC Approves Interim Partial Settlement on Cove Point LNG Supply Issues

Yesterday FERC approved the interim partial settlement proposed by Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP to address the terminal’s supply issues. FERC noted that the proposed settlement was not contested by any of the interested parties and concluded that it “appears to be fair and reasonable and in the public interest.” The Commission’s order is available in the eLibrary...

European LNG Headlines

Statoil Buys LNG from Rivals to Cover Snohvit Outage Period (Reuters) Qatargas Delivers First Cargo to Netherlands (The Gulf Times) Estonian Minister Questions Latvia’s Plan to Build an LNG Terminal (Baltic Business News)

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