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Dow Chief Says U.S. Gas Exports Should Be Limited

Andrew Liveris, Chief Executive Officer of Dow Chemical Company, said in an interview with Bloomberg that U.S. exports of natural gas should be limited to 10-15 percent or less of domestic production to prevent curbing the chemical industry’s current plans for expansion amid low U.S. natural gas...

U.S. LNG Sellers/Buyers Apart on Contract Pricing Terms

Domestic gas producers are reluctant to sign long-term fixed price contracts for LNG exports sought by some buyers, preferring shorter-term price-sensitive deals in the current highly liquid U.S. gas market, according to an article in Platts LNG Daily [subscription required].

Sierra Club to Oppose Cove Point Exports Pursuant to Prior Agreement; Dominion Confident

The Sierra Club announced today that it has sent a letter to Dominion Cove Point stating that it will oppose LNG exports from the Cove Point LNG terminal under a prior legal settlement entered in the 1970s and most recently revised in 2005. In response, Dominion stated that it feels confident that it can proceed with the export proposal under the agreement, and that it has signed...

European LNG Headlines

Spain’s Musel LNG Terminal to be Completed and Immediately Mothballed Later this Year (Platts LNG Daily) [subscription required]

Brookings to Release Study on U.S. LNG Export Impacts

On May 2, in Washington, D.C., the Energy Security Initiative at Brookings will host the release of a new report “Liquid Markets: Assessing the Case for U.S. Exports of Liquefied Natural Gas.”

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