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European LNG Headlines

European Court of Human Rights Rules “No Violation” of Human Rights by U.K. Terminal Developers (Milford Mercury)

Japan’s Marubeni Settles with U.S. Government over Alleged Bribery Scheme Involving Nigerian Bonny Island LNG Project

Marubeni Corporation has settled with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) as part of a U.S. Government investigation into bribery allegations regarding the Bonny Island LNG liquefaction project in Nigeria. Under the terms of the settlement, Marubeni Corp. will pay the DOJ $54.8 million for its role in the alleged bribery scheme. Other parties in this investigation, including JGC Corp....

Pascagoula Officials Discuss Tax Issue Affecting Gulf LNG Pending Before Mississippi’s Supreme Court

Two officials with the Pascagoula School District explained to the Mississippi Press that if they lose the local case involving the Gulf LNG project that is currently before the Mississippi Supreme Court, property taxes levied on local residents will have to...

European LNG Headlines

Source: Italy Court Accepts Enel Appeal on Sicily LNG Plant (Reuters) Norway’s Snohvit LNG Ramping Up After Maintenance (Platts LNG Daily) [subscription...

European LNG Headlines

LNG Terminal Recognized as Project of National Importance in Lithuania (The Baltic Course) Enel’s LNG Project in Italy Awaits Top Court Ruling...

Mississippi Supreme Court Grants Extension for Briefs in Gulf LNG Tax Distribution Case

The Mississippi Supreme Court has granted an extension to the parties in a case that is challenging a state law that divides tax revenues paid by Gulf LNG among four nearby school districts. Read more in the Greenwich Time...

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