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FERC Releases Draft EIS for Texas LNG Project

FERC has released its draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Texas LNG Brownsville liquefaction and export terminal on the Brownsville Ship Channel in Cameron County, Texas (Texas LNG Project).  The draft EIS concludes that approval of the Texas LNG Project would result in adverse environmental impacts, but with the mitigation measures recommended in the draft EIS,...

Venture Global Receives Final EIS for Calcasieu Pass Project

FERC has released the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for Venture Global Calcasieu Pass, LLC’s proposed Calcasieu Pass liquefaction and export terminal in Cameron Parish, La., and an interconnected pipeline. The liquefaction facilities would have a peak production capacity of 12 million metric tons of LNG per year. The final EIS concludes that approval of the proposed...

FERC Releases Draft EIS for Rio Grande LNG Project

FERC Staff has released the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Rio Grande LNG export terminal in Cameron County, Texas, and interconnected pipeline. The draft EIS “concludes that construction and operation of the Rio Grande LNG Project would result in some adverse environmental impacts, but these impacts would be reduced to less than significant levels....

FERC Initiates Pre-Filing Review for Pointe LNG Project

FERC has issued a letter initiating its pre-filing environmental review process for the proposed Pointe LNG liquefaction and export terminal on the east bank of the Mississippi River in Plaquemines Parish, La., and the interconnected pipelines. The proposed liquefaction project will consist of, among other things, three LNG liquefaction trains, each with a nominal capacity of 2.0...

FERC Initiates Pre-Filing Environmental Review for Galveston Bay LNG Project

FERC has issued a letter granting Galveston Bay LNG, LLC’s request to initiate the pre-filing environmental review process for the proposed Galveston Bay LNG export facility within the city of Texas City, Texas, at a site on Galveston Bay known as Shoal Point. The export facility would include three LNG liquefaction trains, each with a nominal capacity of 5.5 million tonnes per annum....

FERC Releases Draft EIS for Port Arthur LNG Facility

FERC Staff has released the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the proposed Port Arthur LNG liquefaction and LNG export facility in Jefferson County, Texas, and interconnected pipelines. The DEIS concludes that “approval of the proposed projects, with the mitigation measures recommended in the DEIS, would have some adverse environmental impact; however, these impacts would...

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