Cargoes

Analysts: Low U.S. Prices Don’t Scare Off LNG Imports

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes generally do not avoid the U.S. market when gas prices here are low, according to analysts at Barclays Capital, who offer a list of other factors that drive LNG movement to the United States far more than price.

October 2, 2007

LNG Importers Score Canadian Regulatory Victory

Would-be importers overcame a challenge by the Alberta government to win a landmark victory in opening eastern Canada to offshore cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) with rolled-in tolls for connections to the new supplies. The National Energy Board cited the growing aggregate demand of all shippers combined with the expected decline of supplies from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin as driving its decision.

July 23, 2007

LNG Importers Score Canadian Regulatory Victory

Would-be importers overcame a challenge by the Alberta government to win a landmark victory in opening eastern Canada to offshore cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) with rolled-in tolls for connections to the new supplies. The National Energy Board cited the growing aggregate demand of all shippers combined with the expected decline of supplies from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin as driving its decision.

July 23, 2007

ExxonMobil Sees Gas, Coal Demand Growth Leading World Energy Sector

As the world population grows from six billion to eight billion people by 2030 and economic growth increases in developing countries, the world’s energy use will rise 60% from levels seen in 2000, or 1.6% per year from 205 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) to 335 million boe/d, even taking into account gains in energy efficiency, according to ExxonMobil’s Annual Energy Outlook released Tuesday.

December 14, 2005

U.S. Navy Tries to Torpedo Fall River LNG Project; Says It Would Interfere With Testing

The U.S. Navy, having suddenly discovered that LNG cargoes might be traversing their torpedo testing grounds, last week joined the growing chorus of parties asking FERC to reconsider its decision last month to approve the controversial Weaver’s Cove LNG import terminal project in Fall River, MA.

August 22, 2005

U.S. Navy Torpedoes Fall River LNG Project; Says It Would Interfere With Testing

The U.S. Navy, having suddenly discovered that LNG cargoes might be traversing their torpedo testing grounds, has joined the growing chorus of parties asking FERC to reconsider its decision last month to approve the controversial Weaver’s Cove LNG import terminal project in Fall River, MA.

August 17, 2005

Atlantic LNG Deflects Criticism Over Profiting from More U.S. Cargoes

Atlantic LNG said last week that it has not been approached by the government of Trinidad and Tobago to discuss any changes to its existing liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts, despite claims earlier in the week by Trinidad Energy Minister Eric Williams that the company has not been passing along profits garnered from shifting LNG shipments to the premium U.S. market from Spain.

October 25, 2004

Atlantic LNG Deflects Criticism Over Profiting from More U.S. Cargoes

Atlantic LNG said Wednesday that it has not been approached by the government of Trinidad and Tobago to discuss any changes to its existing liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts, despite claims earlier this week by Trinidad Energy Minister Eric Williams that the company has not been passing along profits garnered from shifting LNG shipments to the premium U.S. market from Spain.

October 21, 2004
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