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FERC Authorizes CCL to Commission Train 2 Fuel Gas System

FERC issued a letter order authorizing Corpus Christi Liquefaction (CCL) to introduce gas and commission the Train 2 fuel gas system at CCL’s liquefaction and LNG export terminal at Corpus Christi,...

ExxonMobil and Imperial Withdraw Proposed B.C. LNG Terminal Application

Reuters reports that ExxonMobil and Imperial (Oil Resources Ltd) have withdrawn their proposed West Coast Canada (WCC) LNG project in northern British Columbia (B.C.) from the environmental review process, “signaling that the project has been shelved.” According to the report, “[t]he project was being jointly reviewed by the province and Canadian environmental regulators, an assessment...

DOE Changes LNG Export Destination Reporting Requirement; Proposes Interpretive Rule

The U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) announced yesterday that it has issued a policy statement under which it is discontinuing its practice, adopted in 2016, of including an “end use” reporting provision in orders authorizing the export of domestically produced natural gas, including LNG. Currently, many export authorization holders are required to track and report the country (or...

Cheniere and PETRONAS Sign 20-Year LNG SPA

Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P. announced today that its subsidiary Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC (“Sabine Pass Liquefaction”) has entered into an LNG sale and purchase agreement (“SPA”) with PETRONAS LNG Ltd. (“PLL”), a subsidiary of the Malaysian state-owned oil and gas company, PETRONAS. According to the press release, PLL has agreed to purchase approximately 1.1 million tonnes of...

Poland’s PGNiG Finalizes Contract for Port Arthur LNG Supplies

Polish Oil and Gas Company (“PGNiG”) announced that it has signed a 20-year contract with Port Arthur LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, for the sale and purchase of LNG from the proposed Port Arthur LNG terminal in Jefferson County, Texas. According to the press release, PGNiG will buy 2 million tonnes of LNG annually on a FOB (Free On Board) basis, and will be responsible for...

FERC Releases Draft EIS for Annova LNG Brownsville Project

FERC Staff has released a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Annova LNG Brownsville liquefaction and LNG export terminal project (“Project”) on the Brownsville Ship Channel in Cameron County, Texas. The Project would include a new LNG export terminal capable of producing up to 6.95 million metric tons per year of LNG for export. The draft EIS concludes that...

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