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Oregon Begins Coastal Zone Management Act Consistency Review for Oregon LNG Terminal

The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) filed a letter with FERC stating that effective July 3, 2013, it has initiated review of Oregon LNG’s certification that its proposed LNG terminal project is consistent with the Oregon Coastal Management Program.  The federal consistency provisions of the Coastal Zone Management Act require that any federal action...

Sabine Pass Files Formal Application with FERC for Terminal Expansion

Sabine Pass Liquefaction Expansion filed a formal application with FERC to construct additional LNG export facilities at its LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, La. The Liquefaction Expansion Project consists of two additional liquefaction trains, Trains 5 and 6. Liquefaction Trains 1 through 4 are currently under construction at the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal. The application also requests...

Magnolia LNG to Finalize Equity Finance Agreements with Stonepeak Partners

Magnolia LNG (MLNG) announced that equity finance definitive agreements with Stonepeak Partners, LP (Stonepeak) for the proposed Magnolia LNG export terminal at Lake Charles, La. are expected to be finalized and executed in October 2013. The Equity Agreements provide for Stonepeak to provide 100% of the Magnolia LNG Project’s estimated equity requirement of US$660 million at Financial...

FERC Releases Project Update for Oregon LNG Terminal

FERC has updated the status of its review regarding Oregon LNG’s proposed LNG import and export terminal in Warrenton, Ore. and interconnected pipeline. FERC currently is analyzing the formal applications for the project and preparing a draft environmental impact statement, which will be released for public comment.  Copies of the project update can be accessed here, and the complete...

AES Sparrows Point Nixes LNG Import Terminal Project

AES Sparrows Point LNG and Mid-Atlantic Express have decided not to pursue their proposed LNG import terminal at Baltimore, Md. and interconnected pipeline, and instead have requested that FERC vacate its authorization for the project. The request can be found here.

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