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Analysis Examines Interests on Both Sides of LNG Export Debate

An analysis carried in today’s Wall Street Journal examines the claims of both sides of the debate over whether to authorize the export of domestic U.S. natural gas as LNG to markets overseas on a large scale.

Industry Report: Total Concerned With Possibility that Sabine Pass LNG Export Permit Could Be Rescinded

A report in “Poten & Partners – LNG in World Markets” suggests that Total remains interested in an LNG export deal with Cheniere Energy at the Sabine Pass terminal, but that the French company is concerned about contractual provisions that would require Total to pay a fixed charge for two years following declaration of force majeure. According Platts LNG Daily...

Jordan Cove LNG Official Says 50-50 Chance Terminal Will Be Built

Jordan Cove LNG Project Manager Bob Braddock told a local Oregon business group that he gives his project a 50-50 chance of eventually being built, calling those “good odds.” He noted that he has “customers knocking on our door.” Read more in The World (Coos Bay,...

Savannah Resident Suggests Southern LNG May Be Planning for Future LNG Exports

Savannah resident Kent Harrington told the Savannah Morning News that he believes that the relocation of a compressor station for the Elba Express Pipeline could signal future plans of LNG export from the Elba Island LNG terminal. A spokesperson for terminal-owner Southern LNG responded to this theory by saying that the company’s customers are interested in better serving natural...

Kenai Mayor Pleased By LNG Export Announcement

Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Mike Navarre told the News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.) that he believes the plans to reactivate the Kenai LNG liquefaction facility are “great for the borough because it means we’ll keep those jobs and the economic...

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