Shipping

Atlantic LNG’s Third Train to Set Sail for US Markets

Atlantic LNG will begin shipping its third liquefied natural gas (LNG) production train from Trinidad and Tobago in the next few days, according to BP plc, one of the company’s stakeholders. With the latest shipment, Trinidad and Tobago will become the fifth largest LNG market in the world.

May 12, 2003

Atlantic LNG’s Third Train to Set Sail for U.S. Markets

Atlantic LNG will begin shipping its third liquefied natural gas (LNG) production train from Trinidad and Tobago in the next few days, according to BP plc, one of the company’s stakeholders. With the latest shipment, Trinidad and Tobago will become the fifth largest LNG market source in the world.

May 12, 2003

PG&E Pipeline’s Collateral Demands Raise Shipper, FERC Eyebrows

In what some shippers see as ironic given the sorry status of the pipeline’s own credit rating, PG&E Gas Transmission Northwest’s (GTN) existing collateral demands on credit-risky customers have raised skepticism from federal regulators and shippers alike in recent weeks. The proposed tougher-than-federally-required credit standards for the pipeline’s shippers have been put on hold by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which wants to hold a technical conference on the issue.

December 16, 2002

PG&E Pipeline’s Collateral Demands Raise Shipper, FERC Eyebrows

In what some shippers see as ironic given the sorry status of the pipeline’s own credit rating, PG&E Gas Transmission Northwest’s (GTN) existing collateral demands on credit-risky customers have raised skepticism from federal regulators and shippers alike in recent weeks. The proposed tougher-than-federally-required credit standards for the pipeline’s shippers have been put on hold by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which wants to hold a technical conference on the issue.

December 12, 2002

BP Considering LNG Import Terminal in Tampa, FL

BP is considering shipping liquefied natural gas into the Port of Tampa and has taken an option to build a $200 million import terminal that could be completed in about four years. BP had said previously it would consider U.S. LNG projects on both the West and East Coasts, but the Tampa project is the only one announced thus far.

May 14, 2001

BP Considering LNG Import Terminal in Tampa, FL

BP is considering shipping liquefied natural gas into the Port of Tampa and has taken an option to build a $200 million import terminal that could be completed in about four years. BP had said previously it would consider U.S. LNG projects on both the West and East Coasts, but the Tampa project is the only one announced thus far.

May 9, 2001

Pacific Northwest Primed For New Storage

The Pacific Northwest, historically a great corridor forshipping western Canadian natural gas to California’s burgeoningmarkets, is getting increasing attention for expansion ordevelopment of natural gas storage to fuel its own growth, whichhas averaged 5% annually in the 1990s. The region’s only twounderground storage facilities are in the midst of expansions, andenergy players within and outside the region are searching for newstorage prospects-under-and above-ground.

October 5, 1998
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