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U.S. LNG Projects Face Uncertainty as DOE Toughens Stance on Exports – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

U.S. LNG Projects Face Uncertainty as DOE Toughens Stance on Exports – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow. Rapidan Energy Group’s Alex Munton, director of global gas service, joins NGI’s Senior LNG Editor Jamison Cocklin to discuss how U.S. regulators are stepping up efforts to more closely scrutinize liquefied natural gas export authorizations as global trading booms.  They analyze the…

July 17, 2023
Natural Gas Storage Said ‘National Security Issue’ in Mexico

Natural Gas Storage Said ‘National Security Issue’ in Mexico

The lack of available storage options for natural gas and fuels continues to challenge the Mexican energy industry, leaving the country vulnerable in the event of supply interruptions, such as aberrational weather or unforeseen outages, executives said last week. Speaking at the 8th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum in Monterrey, stakeholders  in Mexico’s government and private…

February 6, 2023
API: European LNG Demand, Role of U.S. Natural Gas Outpaces Previous Estimates

API: European LNG Demand, Role of U.S. Natural Gas Outpaces Previous Estimates

The European Union has made significant progress to replace Russian natural gas, but an abrupt stop to pipeline flows could mean future U.S. LNG projects will be the key to rebalancing energy markets on the continent, industry groups highlighted in a new analysis. In a new report by Rystad Energy AS, conducted for the American…

September 26, 2022
Germany Inks Initial LNG Supply Agreement for Two Terminals

Germany Inks Initial LNG Supply Agreement for Two Terminals

Germany’s government has moved to secure supply for its two developing LNG terminals with a tentative agreement between some of the country’s largest energy firms. Economy Minister Robert Habeck signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) Tuesday with Uniper SE and RWE AG agreeing to cooperate on supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) for two import terminals…

August 16, 2022
Mexico Energy Sector Lagging on Gender Equity, WEN President Says

Mexico Energy Sector Lagging on Gender Equity, WEN President Says

“I believe it is important for public and private sectors to not focus solely on increasing the participation of women in terms of labor, but rather there be a true revolution within the interior of institutions and companies to really reduce the gender gap,” María Luisa Licón, legal counsel at Marathon Petroleum Corp. and founding…

March 18, 2022
CME Adds Delivery Point for WTI Houston Futures as U.S. Crude Exports Grow

CME Adds Delivery Point for WTI Houston Futures as U.S. Crude Exports Grow

CME Group said Thursday it has added dock allocation as another delivery point for its West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Houston futures contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Pending regulatory review, the new delivery point would be effective with the January 2021 contract. The move would allow WTI Houston crude futures to be delivered directly…

September 25, 2020
Energy Spectrum’s Tivoli Midstream Looking to Build Gulf Coast Marine, Storage Portfolio

Energy Spectrum’s Tivoli Midstream Looking to Build Gulf Coast Marine, Storage Portfolio

The uncertainty looming over energy markets amid Covid-19 has not stopped private equity (PE) firm Energy Spectrum Capital from looking to the future as it has agreed to sponsor a new Houston-based oil and gas midstream company that initially would look to build a portfolio of terminals and storage projects on the Gulf Coast. Tivoli…

July 16, 2020

NEB: Gas Glut Won’t Float Away Anytime Soon

Plans to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) — including the long lineup of terminals proposed for the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC) — are moving too slowly to cut the North American supply glut for at least three years, according to the National Energy Board (NEB).

May 20, 2013

NEB: NatGas Glut to Continue

Plans to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) — including the long lineup of terminals proposed for the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC) — are moving too slowly to cut the North American supply glut for at least three years, according to the National Energy Board (NEB).

May 20, 2013

Industry Brief

Construction is under way on Intercontinental Terminals Co. LLC’s (ITC) new bulk liquids terminal on the Houston Ship Channel, which will provide storage and handling for petrochemicals and petroleum products as well as petrochemical gases and natural gas liquids (NGL). ITC, a unit of Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.) Inc., has been operating on the channel since 1972 and owns and operates a 12.8 million bbl liquid bulk terminal facility in Deer Park, TX. The greenfield terminal is in Pasadena, TX, on the south side of the channel. Start up of operations is expected during the second quarter of 2015 with 10 tanks of 100,000 bbl each. The terminal will have two deep-water ship docks and four barge docks capable of handling large oceangoing tankers as well as inland barges. Multiple product pipelines are adjacent to or near the new terminal, which will also have rail and truck facilities.

April 1, 2013
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