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Kogas to Sell Sabine Pass LNG Supplies to Total

Total announced that its affiliate Total Gas & Power Limited has entered into an agreement to purchase 700,000 tons of LNG per year for 20 years from Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas) at the Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.  The LNG will be lifted after completion of liquefaction Train 3, which is scheduled to start in 2017.  According to the press release, Total...

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Report on Status of Canaport LNG Import Terminal

The Globe and Mail provides a report on the status of the Canaport LNG import terminal in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. The report observes that due to U.S. shale gas production, Canaport “now operates at a small fraction of its name-plated 1.2-billion-cubic-feet-a-day capacity, with only the occasional ship docking at the site.”

Canadian Gas Users Express Concerns over Domestic Price Impacts of LNG Exports

The Financial Post reports that the Industrial Gas Consumers Association of Alberta, a group of large Canadian gas users, has requested that the National Energy Board (NEB) undertake a comprehensive study on the potential impacts of Canadian LNG exports on domestic gas prices and supplies. The article also reports that the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada, representing Canadian...

BC LNG Denies Agreement with EXMAR for Douglas Channel Terminal Barge

BC LNG released statement clarifying that contrary to news reports, the sponsors of the proposed BC LNG floating export terminal (FSLU) project at Douglas Channel, British Columbia have not “given any approval to EXMAR for supply of a barge or for direct participation in the relevant project entities and to date has not had any discussions of any kind with EXMAR for the...

EXMAR to Provide Barge for Floating BC LNG Terminal

Antwerp, Belgium-based EXMAR announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent and Term Sheet with LNG Partners, LLC to provide a Floating Liquefaction & Storage Unit (FLSU) for the Douglas Channel LNG export terminal to be located near Kitimat, British Columbia. EXMAR will design and deliver the FLSU with a name plate capacity of 0.7 MTPA (Million Tons Per Annum) in the first...

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