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More LNG Headed to Puerto Rico Via Florida Supplier

Pivotal LNG, a Southern Company unit, this week completed another multi-year contract to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Crowley Maritime Corp. for shipment to Puerto Rico. The companies signed a similar multi-year deal last August.

July 12, 2017

Briefs — Pivotal LNG-Carib Energy, EIA Export Data

Pivotal LNG has signed a multi-year contract to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Carib Energy (USA), a unit of Crowley Maritime Corp. LNG would be transported by Crowley and delivered to Molinos de Puerto Rico, the Caribbean arm of Ardent Mills LLC, which plans to use the gas as a fuel source in its Puerto Rico operations. Pivotal plans to load LNG onto Crowley’s containers, which would be transported via truck to Crowley-owned vessels in Jacksonville, FL, and Crowley’s Puerto Rico-based logistics team then would deliver the LNG to Molinos in Puerto Rico (see Daily GPI,May 9;Aug. 19, 2014). Pivotal and Southern Company Gas (formerly AGL Resources Inc.) operate a network of LNG production facilities with the capacity to produce 540,000 gallons/day and the ability to store more than 94 million gallons. Pivotal, through its JAX LNG partnership, also is developing an LNG production facility in Jacksonville, with facility construction expected to begin soon (see Daily GPI,Jan. 6, 2015).

August 31, 2016
FERC Staff OKs Offshore LNG Port For Puerto Rico Power Plant

FERC Staff OKs Offshore LNG Port For Puerto Rico Power Plant

FERC staff has issued a favorable final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for the Aguirre Offshore GasPort Project to serve the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) with liquefied natural gas (LNG) receipt, storage and regasification.

February 20, 2015

Small-Scale LNG Linking U.S. Territories to Mainland Shale Gas

Containerized export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) holds the promise of connecting U.S. island states and territories with the mainland’s shale gas boom, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

August 19, 2014

CSU Hurricane Forecast Team Reduces 2006 Atlantic Expectations

As Tropical Storm Chris continued to weaken just north of Puerto Rico (see related story), the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season was dealt an additional blow Thursday morning as respected hurricane forecasters William Gray and Philip Klotzbach of the Colorado State University (CSU) hurricane forecast team issued a report reducing the number of storms expected in the basin this season.

August 4, 2006