Biden LNG Pause

Sempra Doubling LNG Export Capacity Ahead of Forecast Demand Surge

Sempra Doubling LNG Export Capacity Ahead of Forecast Demand Surge

Sempra is betting on substantial growth in global LNG demand over the coming years despite regulatory uncertainty over the future of U.S. exports, management said. CEO Jeffrey Martin hosted a conference call to discuss first quarter 2024 earnings for the San Diego, CA-based energy firm. Through its Sempra Infrastructure unit, the company has nearly 40…

May 10, 2024
Lower Natural Gas Prices, Rising Demand Fueling Uptick in International LNG Projects, Chart CEO Says

Lower Natural Gas Prices, Rising Demand Fueling Uptick in International LNG Projects, Chart CEO Says

While regulatory uncertainty has clouded the outlook for large U.S. export projects, Chart Industries Inc. reported lower global prices and a continued rise in demand is driving an uptick in international LNG and natural gas projects this year. Management of the Atlanta-based specialty equipment manufacturer told analysts during a recent 1Q2024 call that liquefied natural…

May 9, 2024
Former FERC Chairman Chatterjee Sees LNG Permit Pathways Improving, but DOE Pause Clouds Outlook

Former FERC Chairman Chatterjee Sees LNG Permit Pathways Improving, but DOE Pause Clouds Outlook

While regulatory uncertainty from the Department of Energy (DOE) hangs over U.S. LNG development, former FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee sees the pathway for permitting at the Commission improving. The liquefied natural gas industry’s focus has largely been pulled to the DOE since January, when the Biden administration ordered the agency to study the impact of…

May 8, 2024
Cheniere Execs See Ample Global Demand for Coming LNG Supply Wave

Cheniere Execs See Ample Global Demand for Coming LNG Supply Wave

Cheniere Energy Inc. expects the global natural gas market to accommodate the coming influx of LNG volumes expected to hit the water by the end of the decade as it continues to make progress on three of its own projects.  “We acknowledge that the global capacity under construction today plus what may reach [final investment…

May 3, 2024
Navigating the New LNG Regulatory Landscape – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow 

Navigating the New LNG Regulatory Landscape – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow 

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast. Neil Chatterjee, a former FERC chairman and commissioner, joins NGI’s Jamison Cocklin, managing editor of LNG, to discuss the political and regulatory aspects of President Biden’s pause on authorizing new liquefied natural gas export projects. Chatterjee, an environmental and energy attorney…

April 25, 2024
MARAD Requests Updated Application for Delfin LNG Offshore Export Project

MARAD Requests Updated Application for Delfin LNG Offshore Export Project

The U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) has ordered Delfin LNG LLC to submit an updated application to build and operate its proposed export project in the Gulf of Mexico. Seven years after the agency granted Delfin a record of decision (ROD) for the more than 13 million metric tons/year (mmty) capacity project offshore Louisiana, MARAD staff…

April 23, 2024
Oman Continues LNG Supply Push With Two New Deals – Three Things to Know About the LNG Market 

Oman Continues LNG Supply Push With Two New Deals – Three Things to Know About the LNG Market 

NO. 1: Feed gas deliveries to U.S. LNG export plants ticked back up on Thursday after recent downturns as maintenance season gets underway. Overall, U.S. feed gas demand was nominated at 10.8 Bcf, up 5% from Wednesday. Nominations for the Freeport liquefied natural gas export terminal in Texas on Thursday were at 276 MMcf, or…

April 18, 2024
Industry Rails Against Biden LNG Pause With Research on Environmental Advantages

Industry Rails Against Biden LNG Pause With Research on Environmental Advantages

U.S. natural gas trade groups this week unveiled a study to demonstrate that American LNG is mostly better for the environment than competing fossil fuels in overseas markets as they continue to push back against the Biden administration’s pause on export project authorizations. “American natural gas is not only critical to our economy, but it…

April 17, 2024
Biden Commits to Japanese Energy Security While Holding Firm on LNG Pause

Biden Commits to Japanese Energy Security While Holding Firm on LNG Pause

As the United States moves to reassure allies that reliable LNG exports are still a priority, market analysts warn the Department of Energy’s (DOE) pause on new export permits has already opened the door for international competitors. President Biden met with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio Wednesday where, along with security and economic cooperation, the…

April 11, 2024
Environmental Groups Keep Pressure on Biden Amid LNG Export License Pause

Environmental Groups Keep Pressure on Biden Amid LNG Export License Pause

More than 100 environmental and grassroots groups sent a letter to the Biden administration this week urging the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to conduct a “robust analysis” of the LNG supply chain before the pause on new export authorizations is lifted. The organizations argued in the letter that the DOE has relied too long…

April 10, 2024
‹ Previous 1 2 3