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DOE Approves Applications to Export LNG to FTA Countries

The U.S. Department of Energy recently approved the following four applications to export domestically produced LNG to countries with Free Trade Agreements with the United States:  Southern LNG from its Elba Island, Georgia terminal, Gulf LNG Liquefaction from its Pascagoula, Miss. terminal, SB Power Solutions from terminals located on the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts,...

FERC Releases Revised Biological Assessment For Downeast LNG Import Project

FERC has submitted into the record a revised biological assessment (BA) for the Downeast LNG Project, concluding that the Project is not likely to adversely affect the federally listed species occurring in the area and will have no effect on the species’ critical habitats. The BA can be found on FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP07-52.

U.S. LNG Exports to Japan Resume

ConocoPhillips has resumed LNG exports from its facility on Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, the only active LNG export facility in the United States. According to a Reuters report, an LNG shipment from the facility was sent to Japan last month and a total of four or five shipments are scheduled for this year.

Oregon LNG Opponents Voice Concerns at Open House

Opponents of a proposed LNG export terminal to be built by Oregon LNG in Warrenton, Clatsop County, Ore. voiced their opposition to the project at an open house sponsored by the company. Read more in The Daily Astorian.

FERC Tolls Rehearing of Sabine Pass Export Order

Today, FERC issued a tolling order that suspends indefinitely the deadline for FERC action on Sierra Club’s request for rehearing of FERC’s order granting Sabine Pass LNG authority to construct facilities to export LNG.  The tolling order can be found on FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP11-72.

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