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DOE Grants SCT&E FTA LNG Export Authority

The U.S. Department of Energy has issued an order granting SCT&E LNG, LLC authority to export over 30 years up to 12 million metric tons per year (584 Bcf/year) of LNG by vessel from the proposed SCT&E LNG Terminal on Monkey Island in the Calcasieu Ship Channel, Cameron Parish, La., to nations with a Free Trade Agreement with the United States that requires national treatment...

Petronas’s Pacific NorthWest LNG Signs Tax Agreement with the District of Port Edward

Pacific NorthWest LNG and the District of Port Edward, British Columbia, announced today that they have agreed to a 25 year agreement-in-principle in support of infrastructure and services totaling approximately $150 million related to a proposed LNG export terminal on Lelu Island.  The agreement is subject to Pacific NorthWest LNG proceeding to construction of the terminal and will be...

Transco to Construct Lateral to Serve Sabine Pass LNG Terminal

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co., LLC (Transco) filed an application with FERC to construct a seven mile 36-inch pipeline to provide 1,200,000 Dth/day of incremental firm transportation capacity from the Station 65 Zone 3 Pool in St. Helena Parish, La. to the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal in Cameron Parish, La.  Transco has executed a binding precedent agreement with Sabine Pass for 100%...

FERC Pushes Back Environmental Review of the Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project

FERC released a notice extending the date for the issuance of a final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for the proposed Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project to be located offshore Puerto Rico.  The FEIS will now be released on February 20, 2015, and other federal agencies will have until May 21, 2015 to finish their review of the proposal.  FERC’s notice can be found here, and the...

Apache to Sell Kitimat LNG Share to Woodside Petroleum

The Globe and Mail reports that Australian oil and natural gas company Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has agreed to buy Apache Corporation’s 50% stake in the proposed Kitimat LNG export terminal project in British Columbia.  Chevron Corporation holds the other 50% interest in Kitimat LNG.

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