In the wake of Congress holding three hearings on Tuesday and Wednesday, a number of business and industry leaders are voicing their support for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the United States and legislation that could change the number of export permits approved by the Department of Energy (DOE).
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Trunkline LNG Co. LLC and Trunkline LNG Export LLC Wednesday filed at FERC for their planned Lake Charles, LA, liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project.
One day after lawmakers in both houses of Congress debated the merits of liquefied natural gas exports (LNG), the House Committee on Foreign Affairs took up the issue on Wednesday, reasoning that exports are an intricate part of the discussion over the geopolitical potential of the energy boom in the United States. However, testimony from a panel of experts indicated the impact of U.S. LNG exports may be overstated and their effect on domestic natural gas prices unknown.
Lawmakers in both houses of Congress took up the issue of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the United States in separate hearings on Tuesday, and aired discussion of a House bill that could fundamentally change the way the Department of Energy (DOE) grants approval to export to non-free trade agreement (FTA) countries.
Jordan Cove Energy Project LP Monday was granted conditional authorization to export liquefied domestic natural gas to countries…
Spectra Energy Corp. has filed with British Columbia regulators for an environmental assessment certificate for its Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project, which would carry gas from northeast BC to BG Group's proposed Prince Rupert LNG export facility on Ridley Island.
Pieridae Energy's plans for a facility at Goldboro, Nova Scotia (NS), that would export liquefied natural gas (LNG), including liquefied shale natural gas production from the eastern United States, have been approved by Randy Delorey, Nova Scotia minister of environment, the Halifax, NS-based company said Friday.
Ukraine's energy minister said his country is paying "politically motivated" prices for natural gas from Russia's OAO Gazprom following Russia's seizure of Crimea, while Ukraine discusses a European Union (EU) proposal to upgrade its pipeline network and add the ability for reverse flows.
The Alaska Senate Tuesday passed on a split vote (15-5) a bill introduced by the governor to advance long-sought commercialization of North Slope gas reserves via liquefaction and export. More than a dozen amendments proposed by Democrats were defeated.