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GDF Suez and CPC of Taiwan Enter Into Heads of Agreement for Cameron LNG Volumes

GDF Suez (GDF) announced that it has entered into a Heads of Agreement with CPC Corporation of Taiwan (CPC) for GDF to sell 800,000 tons per year of LNG to CPC over a 20-year period from the proposed Cameron LNG terminal near Hackberry, La. beginning 2018.

United States and EU Working Toward Future U.S. LNG Exports

The United States and the European Union have issued a joint statement on the U.S.-EU summit affirming their commitment to cooperation on energy security in Europe, stating in paragraph nine that “[w]e welcome the prospect of U.S. LNG exports in the future since additional global supplies will benefit Europe and other strategic partners.”  On this topic, ABC News reports that President...

Alaska Governor Establishes Advisory Board for Municipal Input on Alaska LNG Project

Alaska Governor Sean Parnell has established the Municipal Advisory Gas Project Review Board to provide municipalities a venue for local input on the proposed Alaska LNG project, which includes a pipeline and LNG export terminal to access North Slope gas supplies for export as LNG.  According to the press release, the Board will be comprised of the mayors and representatives from...

Oregon Further Delays Coastal Zone Management Act Consistency Review for Another 90 Days

The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and Oregon LNG have entered into an agreement for a further stay until July 2, 2014, of DLCD’s decision under the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) on whether Oregon LNG’s proposed LNG import and export terminal is consistent with Oregon’s Coastal Management Plan. The agreement states that additional stays of CZMA...

Trunkline LNG Files Formal Application for Lake Charles Export Project

Trunkline LNG Export, LLC and Trunkline LNG Company, LLC (collectively, “TLNG”) filed a formal application with FERC to construct, own and operate liquefaction and related facilities (“Liquefaction Facilities”) to export domestically-produced LNG from its a site adjacent to TLNG’s existing LNG import terminal located near Lake Charles, La.  The Liquefaction Facilities will include...

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