In surprise, feds hit pause on Jordan Cove Oregon’s declaration late Wednesday that it could not allow the Jordan Cove project to go forward was enough to turn federal energy regulators against the project — for now. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted 2-1 Thursday morning against certifying the $10 billion pipeline and LNG export … Continue reading In surprise, feds hit pause on #Jordan_Cove
5 LNG Export Projects Investors Should Know About Last year, the United States became a net exporter of natural gas for the first time since 1957. Although 77% of exports traveled through pipelines, that’s down from 98% in 2012. The rest came from liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipped on specialized ocean tankers. The nation exited … Continue reading 5 LNG Export Projects Investors Should Know About
Exelon Shocker:Company Announces they Will Shut Down Mystic Station by 2022; Purchases of Distrigas/ENGIE In what the company called a “difficult day,” and one that could have dire ramifications for the electrical needs of the entire Greater Boston region, Exelon Generation on Lower Broadway filed with ISO New England on Thursday morning, March 29, to … Continue reading Exelon Shocker : Company Announces they Will Shut Down #Mystic Station by 2022; Purchases of #Distrigas / #ENGIE
Natural gas pipeline, with LNG storage tank in Epping, proposed by Liberty Utilities Liberty Utilities wants to put a natural-gas pipeline along Route 101 from Manchester to Stratham and connect existing pipelines alongside Interstate 93 and Interstate 95, and also create a large gas storage facility in Epping. The $340 million proposal, which the company … Continue reading Natural gas pipeline, with LNG storage tank in Epping, proposed by #Liberty_Utilities
First shipment of LNG from Canada to China launches from B.C. SURREY, BC, Nov. 22, 2017 /CNW/ – Canada’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) export industry recently reached a milestone with the departure of its first shipment to China in a pilot project to determine long-term feasibility. LNG was supplied by FortisBC’s Tilbury facility in Delta, … Continue reading First shipment of LNG from #Canada to #China launches from B.C.
LNG is the key, says New Fortress Energy boss MONTEGO BAY, St James — Managing Director of New Fortress Energy Brannen McElmurray says the transformation of Jamaica’s and the Caribbean’s energy environment is hinged on the beginning of the use of liquified natural gas (LNG). “Transforming the Caribbean’s energy landscape, improving energy efficiencies and reducing … Continue reading LNG is the key, says New Fortress Energy boss
Energy giants seek role in Qatar’s gas expansion ExxonMobil, Shell and Total express interest in helping Qatar increase LNG output by 30 percent, sources tell Reuters. Three of the West’s biggest energy corporations are lobbying Qatar to take part in a huge expansion of its gas production, handing Doha an unintended but timely boost in … Continue reading Energy giants seek role in #Qatar ‘s gas expansion
U.S. Department of Energy Authorizes Golden Pass to Export Liquefied Natural Gas from Golden Pass Terminal WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that it has signed an order authorizing Golden Pass Products LLC (Golden Pass) to export domestically produced liquefied natural gas (LNG) to countries that do not have a free trade … Continue reading U.S. Department of Energy Authorizes #Golden_Pass to Export Liquefied Natural Gas from Golden Pass Terminal
Is U.S. LNG Too Expensive For Asian Markets? The liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is returning to life. With prices in the critical Asia market stabilizing, on the back of news that China’s January imports surged 40 percent year-on-year — continuing a trend toward rapidly-rising gas use here. There’s been a lot of speculation that … Continue reading Is U.S. LNG Too Expensive For Asian Markets?
$65 Billion Alaska LNG Project Crashes and Burns Alaska’s proposed $45-$65 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project that was supposed to help the state refill its coffers from decades of dwindling crude oil production and more than two years of low oil prices, took several steps backward a few weeks ago when three of the … Continue reading $65 Billion Alaska LNG Project Crashes and Burns