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DOE Grants Carib Energy Non-FTA LNG Export Authority

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued an order authorizing Carib Energy (USA) LLC to export over a 20-year period 1.3 Bcf/year (0.004 Bcf/day) of LNG in ISO containers to nations in Central America, South America, or the Caribbean that do not have a Free Trade Agreement with the United States.  The LNG can be sourced from the following five existing natural gas liquefaction...

DOE Releases LNG Export Data for September 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released data showing U.S. LNG import and export activity through September 2016.  The report shows that during September, five cargoes of domestically produced LNG were exported via vessel from the Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, La., one cargo each to Mexico, Jordan, India, Turkey and Kuwait at prices ranging from $4.73 to...

ConocoPhillips Looks to Sell Kenai LNG Terminal

Alaska Dispatch News reports that ConocoPhillips is in the “initial stages” of trying to sell its LNG export terminal on the Kenai Peninsula, Nikiski, Alaska due to market conditions.  The report states that the terminal has operated since 1969 exporting LNG from Cook Inlet for export to overseas markets.    

Sabine Pass LNG Authorized to Begin Train 3 Commissioning

FERC has issued a letter authorizing Cheniere Energy affiliate Sabine Pass LNG to introduce feed gas and refrigerants for commissioning of liquefaction Train 3 at its LNG export terminal in Cameron Parish, La.  

Woodfibre LNG Commits to Build B.C. LNG Export Terminal

The Globe and Mail reports that Woodfibre LNG announced that it is moving forward with its proposed LNG export terminal near Squamish, 65 kilometers north of Vancouver, British Columbia (B.C.).  Byng Giraud, Woodfibre LNG’s country manager, is quoted as saying “[w]e commit today to build this project, a project that is right for Squamish and right for B.C.”  According to the article,...

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