Multitude

Shakeout of Gulf LNG Projects Begins as ExxonMobil, BP Shelve Plans

A shakeout of the multitude of Gulf Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) import projects began last week with both BP and ExxonMobil canceling terminal plans.

August 28, 2006

Consultant: LNG Won’t Lead to Sharply Lower U.S. Spot Prices

Don’t count on a multitude of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals and a flood of LNG collapsing domestic gas prices, said James Trifon, Wood Mackenzie’s managing consultant for North America LNG. Most of the import terminals planned won’t make it, and the underlying tight domestic supply situation will continue to support the market, he said in a preview of a presentation to be given at GasMart on March 18 in New Orleans (see http://www.gasmart.com/).

February 21, 2005

Consultant: LNG Won’t Lead to Sharply Lower U.S. Spot Prices

Don’t count on a multitude of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals and a flood of LNG collapsing domestic gas prices, said James Trifon, Wood Mackenzie’s managing consultant for North America LNG. Most of the import terminals planned won’t make it, and the underlying tight domestic supply situation will continue to support the market, he said in a preview of a presentation to be given at GasMart on March 18 in New Orleans (see http://www.gasmart.com/).

February 15, 2005

Multitude of Rockies Pipe Projects Chasing Producers, Markets

Pipeline companies have scores of projects on the drawing board to export gas from the prolific Rocky Mountains region, but they are awaiting firm producer and customer commitments before going ahead with them, according to pipe executives.

August 16, 2004

Multitude of Rockies Pipe Projects Chasing Producers, Markets

Pipeline companies have scores of projects on the drawing board to export gas from the prolific Rocky Mountains region, but they are awaiting producer and customer commitments before going ahead with them, according to pipe executives.

August 13, 2004

Special FERC Meeting Set for CA Mitigation Plan

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has called a special meeting for next Monday to address the multitude of requests for rehearing of its much-criticized market monitoring and mitigation plan that went into effect in late May for the California power market.

June 12, 2001