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DOE Releases U.S. LNG Export Data Through November 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released data on exports of U.S.-produced LNG covering the period February 2016 through November 2018.  The data show that the top four recipients of U.S. LNG, comprising 58.4% of the total, are (1) South Korea, (2) Mexico, (3) China, and (4) Japan....

LNG Canada to Pursue Project Despite Protests Against Feeder Pipeline

Andy Calitz, CEO of LNG Canada, released a statement saying that “[d]espite opposition Coastal GasLink is currently facing, LNG Canada has every intention to continue to advance our project and maintain our construction schedule to deliver jobs and economic benefits to First Nations, local residents and British Columbians.”  Coastal GasLink is the proposed pipeline that would provide...

FERC Authorizes CCL to Commission Train 2 Fuel Gas System

FERC issued a letter order authorizing Corpus Christi Liquefaction (CCL) to introduce gas and commission the Train 2 fuel gas system at CCL’s liquefaction and LNG export terminal at Corpus Christi,...

ExxonMobil and Imperial Withdraw Proposed B.C. LNG Terminal Application

Reuters reports that ExxonMobil and Imperial (Oil Resources Ltd) have withdrawn their proposed West Coast Canada (WCC) LNG project in northern British Columbia (B.C.) from the environmental review process, “signaling that the project has been shelved.” According to the report, “[t]he project was being jointly reviewed by the province and Canadian environmental regulators, an assessment...