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FERC Authorizes Commissioning of Freeport LNG Train 1

FERC has issued a letter authorizing Freeport LNG to introduce hazardous fluids for the commissioning of Train 1 and associated utility systems at Freeport LNG’s Liquefaction Facility on Quintana Island, Texas....

Cameron LNG Requests Authorization to Place Train 1 into Service

Cameron LNG has filed a letter with FERC requesting authorization to place Train 1 and related facilities in-service at its Hackberry, La., liquefaction and LNG export terminal. The letter states that Cameron LNG has successfully completed commissioning of Train 1, the OSBL facilities, and the associated regas facility equipment and has completed all necessary preparations to place...

FERC to Create New LNG Division with Office in Houston

FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee announced today that the agency is creating a new division in its Office of Energy Projects “to accommodate the growing number and complexity of applications to site, build and operate liquefied natural gas export terminals.” The new Division of LNG Facility Review & Inspection (DLNG) will consist of 20 existing LNG staff members in Washington, D.C.,...

FERC Authorizes Gulf LNG Liquefaction Project

FERC has issued an order authorizing Gulf LNG Liquefaction Company, LLC and Gulf LNG Energy, LLC (“Gulf Energy”) to site, construct, and operate new facilities for the export of LNG at Gulf Energy’s existing LNG import terminal in Jackson County, Miss., near the city of Pascagoula (“Gulf LNG Liquefaction Project”).  The Gulf LNG Liquefaction Project will enable the receipt, treatment,...

FERC Extends Delfin LNG In-Service Date Deadline One Year

FERC has issued a letter granting Delfin LNG LLC’s (Delfin LNG) request for an extension of time, to September 28, 2020, to complete construction of the authorized onshore facilities required to service its proposed offshore LNG terminal and make them available for service by September 28, 2020. Delfin LNG had requested a 3.5 year extension. Read more in the Platts...

FERC Releases Draft EIS for Alaska LNG Project

FERC has released a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Alaska LNG Project proposed by the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC). The Alaska LNG Project is comprised of “an 806.6-mile-long natural gas pipeline and associated above ground facilities, and a 20-million-metric-ton per annum liquefaction facility to commercialize the natural gas resources of...

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