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Senate Energy Committee to Convene Hearing on LNG Exports

The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has scheduled a hearing to discuss market developments and the approval process for LNG export projects.

Georgia Education Officials Encourage Savannah School Board to Examine Southeast LNG Truck Delivery Proposal More Closely

The Savannah Morning News reports that the Georgia Department of Education will likely request that local officials examine the potential hazards to Savannah schools of the proposed Southeast LNG truck delivery project. According to the news article, the Department of Education may withhold state funds if the local school board does not comply with the required additional risk...

European LNG Headlines

Enel Expects to Begin Building Sicilian Terminal by January (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required] Brunsbuttel Ports to Offer LNG Bunkering from November (Platts LNG Daily) [Subscription required]

Analysis: LNG Exports Could Help Reduce U.S. Trade Deficit

An analysis carried in the Alberta Oil Magazine suggests that exporting U.S. domestic natural gas as LNG could help lower the United States’ foreign trade deficit.

Japanese Imports of LNG from Trinidad & Tobago Up This Year

The Trinidad Guardian reports that purchases of LNG from Trinidad and Tobago by Japanese utility Kansai Electric are up nearly four fold this year compared with last year.

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