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FERC Authorizes Construction on EcoElectrica Terminal Modification Project

FERC has authorized construction for the EcoElectrica Terminal Modification Project, but noted that no LNG can be introduced to these facilities until the terminal demonstrates compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s exclusion zone rules. FERC’s order is available in the eLibrary under Docket No....

Everett, Canaport LNG Terminals Not Expecting Hurricane to Disrupt Operations

A spokesperson for GDF Suez told Platts that the company does not expect Hurricane Irene to cause any operational disruptions at the Everett LNG import terminal, noting that the terminal has not changed its shipping schedule. Similarly, a spokesperson for Repsol said that no service disruptions are expected at the Canaport LNG import terminal. Separately, Reuters reports that according...

European LNG Headlines

Trafigura Wins Access to UK South Hook LNG Capacity (Reuters) Spanish Ministry Approves Energas Terminal (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required]

Alaska Governor Suggests LNG Export, North Slope Pipeline Projects Should Merge

Governor Sean Parnell (R-Alaska) said this week that he believes merging the North Slope natural gas pipeline proposals with a separate LNG export project could spur the development of North Slope gas resources. The Associated Press (via BusinessWeek) offers additional details.

Canaport LNG Terminal Received Two LNG Cargos in June

Canada’s National Energy Board reported this week that the Canaport LNG import terminal in St. John, New Brunswick, received two LNG cargos during the month of June, with import volumes totaling more than 238 million cubic meters of LNG. Find further details in Platts LNG Daily [subscription required].

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