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Golar LNG and Unnamed Asian Company Buy Into Douglas Channel LNG Project

The Calgary Herald reports that Golar LNG and an unnamed Asian company have bought a 25% share of the Douglas Channel LNG export project planned for the British Columbia coast. A Final Investment Decision for the project is expected in the third quarter of 2013. Read more in the Golar LNG first quarter 2013 presentation.

FERC Issues Project Update for Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project

FERC has issued an update concerning its review of the Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project (Aguirre Project) planned for the south coast of Puerto Rico. According to the update, FERC is currently analyzing data submitted with the application and is in the process of preparing a draft environmental impact statement for the project. Copies of the update can be accessed here, and the...

FERC Approves Golden Pass LNG Export Project Pre-Filing Request

FERC issued an order yesterday approving Golden Pass Products LLC’s and Golden Pass Pipeline LLC’s request to initiate pre-filing environmental review procedures for the planned Golden Pass LNG Export Project and interconnected pipeline located in Jefferson and Orange Counties, Texas and Calcasieu Parish, La. Copies of the order can be accessed here, and the complete docket...

National Park Service Voices Concerns with Elba Island LNG Export Project

The National Park Service (NPS) filed comments at FERC on Southern LNG Company’s and Elba Liquefaction Company’s proposed Elba Island LNG export terminal project. In comments on the scope of FERC’s environmental assessment of the project, the NPS requested that FERC address concerns that the construction and operation of the project could degrade park scenery,...

Environmental Groups Appeal Jordan Cove LNG Terminal Dredging Permit

Coos Waterkeeper, Friends of Living Oregon Waters (FLOW), Sierra Club, and Greenpeace filed an appeal with the Oregon Court of Appeals alleging that the Oregon Department of State Lands did not adequately consider the environmental effects when it approved a dredging permit for the Jordan Cove Energy LNG export terminal in the Port of Coos Bay, Ore. Read more in The Daily Astorian...

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