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Jamaica Receives Three Bids for LNG Terminal

The Jamaica Observer reports that three companies have bid to build and operate an LNG floating storage and regasification terminal in Jamaica to serve a proposed electric generating plant that will be constructed on the island.

FERC Requests DOD Review of Corpus Christi Export Project

Pursuant to a Memorandum of Understanding between the two agencies, FERC sent a letter to the Office of the Under Secretary for Defense regarding the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project, requesting comments on whether the project may impact the test, training, or operational activities of any active military installation, and whether the Office of Under Secretary knows of any defense...

Sumitomo, Tokyo Gas to Negotiate with Dominion for Bi-directional LNG Services at Cove Point Terminal

Sumitomo Corporation announced today that it has signed a precedent agreement with Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP for bi-directional LNG processing services at Dominion’s Cove Point, MD, LNG terminal. Sumitomo also announced that it has joined forces with Tokyo Gas Company Ltd. to negotiate the final terminal services agreement with Dominion. Read more in Reuters.

Excelerate Considering South Texas for Planned Floating LNG Liquefaction Plant

At an industry conference in Houston this week, Excelerate Energy CEO Rob Bryngelson told Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] that his company is considering a South Texas location for a proposed floating liquefaction plant to export U.S. LNG to Caribbean island markets.

European LNG Headlines

European Commission Serves Notice Over Milford Haven LNG Safety Concern (BBC News)

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