More than a year after an eager East Coast provincial government named Canada’s lone liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal as a prime candidate to switch to revenue-generating exports, the plant refuses to be rushed into making the change.
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Regulatory changes and commodity price volatility continue to be the major risks facing U.S. exploration and production (E&P) companies, based on recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K filings by the top 100 public companies.
In a game-changing transaction Wednesday, China agreed to buy $400 billion of Russia’s natural gas over 30 years, allowing Russia to diversify its market at a time when tensions with U.S. and European nations have escalated.
The oil and gas industry recognizes that it is in its best interest to assure the public that hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is being done safely, but it is wary of the federal government enacting its own regulations on the practice. Meanwhile, manufacturers are concerned about the feds allowing too much liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be exported.
Houston is poised to create thousands of new jobs on a twin boom, one fed by chemical plant and liquefied natural gas investments, the other as Mexico opens its doors to foreign money, according to an analysis by the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP) and HSBC Group.
With support from the governor’s office, Wyoming oil/natural gas stakeholders on Monday introduced a strategy for using liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced in the state to replace diesel fuel in many applications within the oil/gas industry.
A Florida company is asking FERC to declare its plans to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) exempt from its regulatory oversight on the grounds that it plans to use portable technology to produce LNG rather than construct a terminal.
A unit of Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E) has acquired land on the Calcasieu Ship Channel in Louisiana for development of a $2.4 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction and export terminal. The project joins about a dozen others in the Pelican State to export liquefied domestic natural gas.
The nation’s largest grocery retailing chain, Kroger Co., on Tuesday signed a deal with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to convert 40 diesel trucks to liquefied natural gas (LNG) and maintenance/fueling facilities in Clackamas, OR, to serve grocery outlets in Oregon and Washington state.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports are expected to increase to 3.5 Tcf in 2029 and remain at that level through 2040 under a reference case used by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), but more than two dozen alternative scenarios put that number at anywhere from 0.8 Tcf to 6.7 Tcf, according to an EIA report released Wednesday.