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Analysis: LNG Exports Competing with Other Potential Uses for Shale Gas

An analysis carried in the Philadelphia Inquirer discusses the competition for shale gas resources in the United States between domestic consumers and potential LNG export projects.

Local Citizens Note Security Concerns of Army Installation with Southeast LNG Trucking Proposal

Citizens for a Safe Secure Savannah filed a letter with FERC outlining their concerns for the security of the Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF) in Savannah, Ga., from the Southeast LNG trucking proposal. The commanding major general of HAAF, Anthony A. Cucolo III, noted in a January 2011 letter to the group that the risks posed by LNG truck transits have been vetted by the installation and...

Jordan Cove LNG Developers Plan for Bi-Directional Processing Capability

A representative of Jordan Cove LNG announced to an industry conference this week that the Jordan Cove facility will be a “dual-use facility,” allowing for both LNG imports and regasification as well as LNG liquefaction and exports. The representative also noted that the Pacific Connector Pipeline’s flow would be reversed. Read more in Platts LNG Daily [subscription...

Investment Banks Note Political Risks Associated with U.S. LNG Export Projects

An investment banker with Lloyds Banking Group told Platts LNG Daily this week that banks are likely to be wary of investing in U.S. LNG export projects due to political risks, which are not present in competing markets such as Australia. [Subscription...

ConocoPhillips May Export Final LNG Cargo from Kenai Facility This Month

Steel Guru reports that ConocoPhillips may export its final LNG cargo from the Kenai LNG liquefaction facility to Japan this month.

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