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Group Questions Jordan Cove Leaders During Site Visit

The World reports that a group of interested persons questioned leaders of Jordan Cove Energy Partners on various topics, including hypothetical dangers, market conditions, and federal permit review processes, during an open house and FERC Staff visit to Jordan Cove’s proposed LNG export terminal site.

FERC Withdraws Consultation Request for Oregon LNG Project

Noting that the developers of the Oregon LNG terminal and pipeline project expect to change their plans for the project, FERC informed the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that it is withdrawing its Endangered Species Act section 7 consultation request regarding the proposed project. In its letters to each agency, available under Docket No....

European LNG Headlines

Gazprom Set to Decide on Delayed Arctic Gas with Total, Statoil (Bloomberg) Cyprus to Seek Partnerships for Possible LNG Plant (Reuters)

Official: Osaka Gas Considering LNG Supplies from U.S. Export Projects

An official with Osaka Gas told Bloomberg that his company is considering LNG supplies from three proposed LNG export projects in the United States: Cove Point LNG, Cameron LNG, and Freeport LNG. The official noted that he expects some portion of Osaka Gas’ LNG imports to come from North America in the future.

Jordan Cove Energy Files DOE Application for LNG Exports to Non-FTA Countries

On March 23, 2012, Jordan Cove Energy Project L.P. filed an application with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for authority to export up to six million metric tons per annum of LNG (292 Bcfe) from its proposed Coos Bay, Oregon, terminal to countries that do not have a Free Trade Agreement with the United States. Jordan Cove proposes that exports would commence no later than seven...

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