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Two Former Energy Secretaries Support LNG Exports

An opinion article in the Financial Times by Bill Richardson, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary (DOE) under President Bill Clinton, and Spencer Abraham, DOE Secretary under George W. Bush, supports exports of domestically produced LNG, stating that “LNG exports can buttress US geopolitical leadership and trade, while at the same time continuing to support low domestic natural...

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State of Oregon Requests FERC to Consider Environmental Effects of Fracking from Oregon LNG Project

The State of Oregon filed comments at FERC requesting consideration of the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing in FERC’s environmental review of the Oregon LNG export terminal project. The comments can be found on eLibrary under Docket No. PF12-18.

Port of Lake Charles Files Comments Supporting Cameron LNG Exports

The Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District (Port of Lake Charles) filed comments at FERC in support of Cameron LNG, LLC’s (Cameron LNG) application to construct facilities for the export of LNG. The Port anticipates that Cameron LNG’s project will result in increased revenues and other economic benefits for the local and state economy. The comments can be found on...

Pangea LNG Files for DOE Authority to Export LNG to Non-FTA Nations

Pangea LNG (North America) Holdings, LLC (Pangea) filed an application with the U.S. Department of Energy to export up to 398.5 Bcf/year of LNG (approximately 8 million mtpa) over a 25-year term to nations without a Free Trade Agreement with the United States. Pangea proposes to export the LNG from its planned South Texas LNG Export Project at the Port of Corpus Christi in Ingleside,...

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