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Cove Point LNG Authorized to Begin Additional Commissioning Activities; Exports Expected to Begin in Q4

FERC has issued an order authorizing Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG, LP to introduce hazardous fluids and perform related commissioning activities at its liquefaction and LNG import/export terminal at Lusby, Md.  The order does not grant approval for commencement of service from the facility, which will be authorized separately “following a determination that the facilities have been...

FERC Authorizes Sabine Pass LNG Train 4 Exports

FERC has issued a letter authorizing Cheniere Energy affiliate Sabine Pass LNG to commence liquefaction and export activities from Train 4 at its facility in Cameron Parish, La....

FERC Approves Delfin LNG Feeder Pipelines

FERC issued an order today approving Delfin LNG’s application to reactivate and construct facilities on its onshore pipeline in Cameron Parish, La. that would enable Delfin LNG to transport gas to its proposed deepwater port LNG export terminal, to be located 40 miles offshore of Louisiana. The order also authorizes High Island Offshore System to abandon from Natural Gas Act service...

Jordan Cove Energy Project Files Second Application for LNG Terminal

Jordan Cove Energy Project (“Jordan Cove”), wholly-owned by Canadian corporation Veresen Inc., has filed an application with FERC for authorization to construct and operate a natural gas liquefaction and LNG export terminal located on the bay side of the North Spit of Coos Bay, Ore.  The terminal is designed to receive a maximum of 1,200,000 Dth/day of natural gas and produce a maximum...

DOE Approves Eagle Maxville LNG Exports

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued an order authorizing Eagle LNG Partners Jacksonville II LLC (Eagle Maxville) to export over 20 years up to 2.8 Bcf/year (0.01 Bcf/day) of LNG to nations with and without a Free Trade Agreement with the United States.  Eagle Maxville is authorized to export domestically produced LNG in ISO containers loaded at its Maxville Facility in...

CNOOC Unit Cancels Proposed B.C. LNG Terminal

The Globe and Mail reports that Nexen Energy, partially owned by Chinese energy company CNOOC Ltd., has cancelled its proposed Aurora LNG export terminal project on Digby Island, British Columbia (B.C.) due to low LNG prices in Asian markets. The other owners of Aurora LNG are Japanese companies Inpex Corp., JGC Corp. and JOGMEC.  According to the article, of the more than 20 LNG...

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