Global buyers are increasingly scrutinizing how liquefied natural gas (LNG) is produced and delivered, with an eye on the environment. A proposed export terminal in Louisiana could be the first to produce net-zero emissions LNG. G2 Net Zero LNG Chairman Chas Roemer believes a more responsibly produced LNG is imperative as both the environment and…
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U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports were slowly recovering Friday, but the impacts of brutal cold along the Gulf Coast that nearly halted shipments altogether were lingering. Eighteen empty LNG vessels were floating in the Gulf of Mexico Friday, up from 12 on Thursday, Kpler economist Reid I’Anson told NGI. Another two tankers were diverted…
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, who oversees some of the richest oil and natural gas resources in the Lower 48, on Wednesday set the Pelican State on a path toward net zero-carbon emissions by 2050, which the energy industry is backing. Two executive orders (EO) were issued to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and enhance…
FERC has authorized construction and operation of Gulf South Pipeline Co.’s proposed Index 99 Expansion project, which would increase natural gas firm transportation to markets along the Gulf Coast.
A landmark deal between several Louisiana parishes and energy conglomerate Freeport McMoRan Inc. may pave the way for more operators to settle a bevy of coastal erosion lawsuits as the state grapples with the loss of land linked in part to oil and gas development.
FERC staff will prepare an environmental assessment (EA) for TC Energy Corp.’s proposed Louisiana XPress (LAXP) natural gas pipeline project, which would provide open access firm transportation service through the expansion of existing capacity on Columbia Gulf Transmission’s current pipeline system.
As Tellurian Inc. looks to spend the rest of 2019 completing agreements to move forward with its proposed Driftwood liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Louisiana, management sees global prices reaching an “inflection point” either this winter or in 2020.
Entergy Corp. subsidiary Entergy Louisiana has completed construction and put into service its 980 MW combined cycle natural gas-fired St. Charles Power Station located in Montz, LA. The $870 million plant is the first of six that Entergy Corp. plans to bring online over the next three years.
Houston-based Tellurian Inc., which has a natural gas export project in the queue, has launched separate, binding open seasons through June 21 to gauge interest in two pipelines to move supply in Louisiana, including from the Haynesville Shale, to the Gulf Coast.
Tellurian Inc. has launched a binding open season for a natural gas pipeline that would carry at least 2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin to the Louisiana coast.