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Corpus Christi Files LNG Terminal Application at FERC

Corpus Christi Liquefaction and Cheniere Corpus Christi Pipeline filed a joint application at FERC to construct and operate an LNG export and import terminal and an associated pipeline near Corpus Christi, Texas. The terminal design includes three liquefaction trains capable of liquefying up to 782 million MMBtu (approximately 15 million tons) per year for export and facilities to...

FERC Extends Comment Period on Scope of Jordan Cove LNG Environmental Review

FERC has extended to October 29, 2012, the deadline for comments on the scope of its environmental review of Jordan Cove Energy Project LP’s proposed liquefaction project in Coos County, Ore. and the related Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. FERC’s notice can be found on eLibrary under Docket No. PF12-7.

Oregon LNG Files Draft Resource Reports

LNG Development Company, LLC (d/b/a Oregon LNG) and Oregon Pipeline Company submitted draft Resource Reports 2 (Water Use and Quality), 3 (Fish, Wildlife and Vegetation) and 12 (PCB Contamination) as part of the pre-filing environmental review of the proposed bi-directional LNG terminal to be located at Warrenton, Ore., and the related pipeline. The reports can be found on eLibrary...

Cheniere Obtains Financial Backing from Chinese Fund and Singapore

Reuters reported this week that Chinese sovereign fund CIC and the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation invested approximately $500 million each in Cheniere Energy Partners Ltd.’s proposed LNG export facility in Sabine Pass, La.

Gulf Coast LNG Export Responds to APGA Protest

Gulf Coast LNG Export, LLC (Gulf Coast) filed an answer to the American Public Gas Association’s (APGA) protest regarding Gulf Coast’s application with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to export LNG. Gulf Coast’s answer states that APGA’s protest is not relevant to LNG exports to nations having a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the United States and that, for...

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