Permits

Washington Governor Leery of Bradwood LNG Plans

Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire is concerned that FERC’s approval last month of the Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) project along the Columbia River in Oregon was premature, given that her state has not made a final determination on its portion of a pipeline planned to link the LNG terminal to existing interstate pipelines.

October 13, 2008

Oregon Land-Use Board Remands County Jordan Cove LNG Permit

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) last Tuesday remanded to Coos County its permit for the development of the Jordan Cove LNG project and related interstate-connecting pipeline. The county now has the option of revising the permit in an effort to gain approval from the appeals board.

July 21, 2008

Opponents of Oregon LNG Project Appeal to State Panel

As expected, opponents of the proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal at Coos Bay, OR, have appealed recent local permits for the facility along the state’s south-central coast to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals.

January 4, 2008

Colorado on Pace to Break Permits-to-Drill Record

Approved applications for permits-to-drill (APD) in Colorado are up 4% from the same time a year ago and are on pace to break all previous records, the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) said in a report issued Monday.

August 29, 2007

Correction

The June 21 article titled “Chesapeake Subsidiary Seeks Permits for First Pipeline in Chesapeake Bay” reported an incorrect figure for the cost of the Eastern Shore Energy Link Expansion segment. Eastern Shore Natural Gas officials say the pipeline will cost $93 million. NGI regrets the error.

June 22, 2007

Downeast LNG Project Comes Under Fire from Concerned Residents

Saying Downeast LNG “jumped the gun” in its race for permits, a group of concerned residents and organizations recently called on the Maine Board of Environmental Protection (BEP) to reject the company’s application to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Robbinston, ME.

April 16, 2007

Downeast LNG Project Comes Under Fire from Concerned Residents

Saying Downeast LNG “jumped the gun” in its race for permits, a group of concerned residents and organizations this week has called on the Maine Board of Environmental Protection (BEP) to reject the company’s application to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Robbinston, ME.

April 12, 2007

Australian Terminal-lite CA LNG Project Files for Permits

Australian-based Woodside Natural Gas Inc. announced Friday that its has filed for federal and city permits to operate its proposed OceanWay liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. The project would regasify shipments aboard ship and send the supplies to shore via a 20-mile undersea pipeline to landfall near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas Co. transmission pipeline system runs along the shore next to LAX.

August 21, 2006

Australian Terminal-lite CA LNG Project Files for Permits

Australian-based Woodside Natural Gas Inc. announced Friday that its has filed for federal and city permits to operate its proposed OceanWay liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. The project would regasify shipments aboard ship and send the supplies to shore via a 20-mile undersea pipeline to landfall near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas Co. transmission pipeline system runs along the shore next to LAX.

August 21, 2006

Australian Terminal-lite CA LNG Project Files for Permits

Australian-based Woodside Natural Gas Inc. announced Friday that its has filed for federal and city permits to operate its proposed OceanWay liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. The project would regasify shipments aboard ship and send the supplies to shore via a 20-mile undersea pipeline to landfall near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas Co. transmission pipeline system runs along the shore next to LAX.

August 21, 2006