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Freeport LNG Signs Agreements With Osaka Gas and Chubu Electric Power

Freeport LNG Expansion, L.P. announced today that it had executed 20-year liquefaction tolling agreements with Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. and Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. covering 100% of the liquefaction capacity (4.4 million tons per year) of the first train of Freeport LNG’s proposed liquefaction and LNG loading facility near Freeport, Texas. Freeport LNG states that it expects to...

Cheniere Energy Partners Make Positive Final Investment Decision

Cheniere Energy Partners announced yesterday that its Board of Directors made a positive final investment decision (FID) to construct the first two liquefaction trains of the Sabine Pass liquefaction project. The FID is subject to the closing of debt financing and funding arrangements. Cheniere states that the first liquefaction train is expected to start operations as early as 2015,...

Alaska Pipeline Project Soliciting Interest in Alaska North Slope Pipeline

The Alaska Pipeline Project, a joint effort between affiliates of TransCanada Corporation and Exxon Mobil Corporation, announced that it will conduct a non-binding public solicitation of interest in capacity on a potential new pipeline system that would transport Alaska North Slope gas. The solicitation of interest is in accordance with TransCanada’s obligation under the Alaska...

Shell Canada and Partners File LNG Export License Application with Canada’s National Energy Board

Today, LNG Canada Development Inc., on behalf of Shell Canada Energy and affiliates of Korea Gas Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, and PetroChina Investment (Hong Kong) Limited, filed an application with Canada’s National Energy Board for a license to export up to 24 million tons/year (approximately 1180 Bcf/year) of LNG over a twenty-five year period from the proposed LNG...

Samsung Named Preferred Bidder to Develop Jamaican LNG Infrastructure

The Gleaner reports that the Jamaican government has chosen South Korean company Samsung as the preferred bidder to develop a floating LNG storage and regasification unit and gas distribution pipeline on the island. The government’s LNG committee will now begin negotiations with Samsung.

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