Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports are expected to help close the spread between Henry Hub and Appalachian prices in the coming years, according to a report from Canaccord Genuity.
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A Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) fund is acquiring a 25% stake in Freeport LNG Development LP from a consortium of institutional investors managed by Hastings Funds Management (USA) Inc. and Zachry American Infrastructure LLC.
An industry newcomer has launched the biggest proposal yet for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC), with Aboriginal support for a projected C$30 billion (US$27 billion) chain of plants.
FERC has given Cameron LNG LLC the go-ahead to begin site preparation work for its planned Cameron Liquefaction Project in Louisiana’s Cameron and Calcasieu parishes. Cameron LNG has received all federal authorizations; committed to uniform traffic control, if needed; and plans to comply with environmental condition 20 (filing a traffic control plan) in October, prior to heavy project traffic affecting LA-27, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said in a letter dated July 9. Sempra Energy would have an indirect 50.2% ownership interest, with the remaining portion owned by affiliates of GDF Suez SA, Mitsubishi Corp. (through a related company jointly established with Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha) and Mitsui & Co. Ltd., each with 16.6% stakes. FERC approved the liquefaction project in June (see Daily GPI,June 19).
Nearly two years after receiving U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) authorization to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Golden Pass LNG terminal in Sabine Pass, TX, to countries with which the United States has free trade agreements (FTA), Golden Pass Products LLC has applied to FERC for authority to construct and operate those LNG export facilities.
Backers of the proposed Oregon liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility at the mouth of the Columbia River won an appeal in a county land-use case and hailed a Canadian Supreme Court decision that may make it tougher for competing LNG export projects in British Columbia (BC) to move ahead.
Canadian ambitions for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have vaulted to 26 Bcf/d — a total of proposed overseas tanker loadings that is 53% higher than the nation’s 17 Bcf/d production peak to date in 2005.
A commercial agreement has been signed by the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., BP plc, ExxonMobil Corp., ConocoPhillips, and TransCanada Corp. to advance the Alaska LNG Project (see Daily GPI, May 7).
Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Corpus Christi Liquefaction LLC has struck a second deal to sell liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Indonesia’s state-owned PT Pertamina (Persero).