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CCL Requests Extension of Time to Place Train 3, LNG Storage Tank B, and East Jetty in Service

Corpus Christi Liquefaction (CCL) has filed a request with FERC for a two year extension of time, to December 30, 2021, to place liquefaction Train 3, LNG Storage Tank B, and the East Jetty in service. The request states that liquefaction Train 2 is projected to be in service prior to December 30, 2019, five years from the date of FERC’s order authorizing construction and operation of...

Cameron LNG Sends Out First Commissioning Cargo; Receives Extension of Time to Complete Facilities

Today, Cameron LNG announced that the first commissioning cargo shipment of LNG departed from its Hackberry, La., liquefaction and export facility. Commercial operations will follow completion of performance testing and receipt of FERC authorization to commence service. Cameron LNG is jointly owned by affiliates of Sempra LNG, Total, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. and Japan LNG Investment,...

FERC Grants Freeport LNG Extension to Complete Construction and Enter Service

FERC has issued a letter granting Freeport LNG an extension of time until June 30, 2020 to complete construction of its liquefaction and LNG export project facilities on Quintana Island, Texas, and make them available for...

BP and ExxonMobil to Contribute $20 million Toward FERC Approval of Alaska LNG Project

Platts reports that North Slope producers BP and ExxonMobil have agreed to contribute $10 million each to help the state of Alaska complete the FERC approval process for the proposed $41 billion Alaska LNG project. According to the report, state-owned Alaska Gasline Development Corporation needs $30 million and another year to complete the FERC approval process. The proposed Alaska LNG...

Freeport LNG Requests Extension to Complete Liquefaction Project; DOE Authorizes Train 4 Exports

Freeport LNG has filed a letter with FERC requesting an 11-month extension of time to enable Freeport LNG to complete construction of its Liquefaction Project on Quintana Island, Texas, and place it in service by no later than June 30, 2020. FERC’s July 30, 2014 order authorizing the project set a 5-year deadline, July 30, 2019, to construct the project and make it available for...

Cameron LNG Requests 15-Month Extension to Complete and Place Terminal Into Service

Cameron LNG has filed a letter with FERC requesting a 15-month extension, to September 19, 2020, to complete and place its liquefaction and LNG export terminal at Hackberry, La., into service. The letter states that Cameron LNG is currently in the final commissioning phase of Train 1 and is completing construction of Trains 2 and 3. On May 20, 2019, FERC authorized Cameron LNG to...

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