Home / Tag Archives: LNG exports

Tag Archives: LNG exports

Senate approves wide-ranging energy bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate approved a wide-ranging energy bill Wednesday that would promote a variety of energy sources and speed federal approval of projects to export liquefied natural gas to Europe and Asia. Senators backed the measure, 85 to 12, the first ambitious energy bill approved by the Senate in nearly a decade. The bill would boost renewables such ...

Read More »

Cheniere’s open house will discuss expansion

PORTLAND — The public will get a chance to hear details on a Houston company’s plans to build an $11 billion liquefied natural gas terminal near Gregory. Cheniere Energy Inc. will host an open house Wednesday at the Portland Community Center about its proposed Corpus Christi Liquefaction Expansion Project. Cheniere’s long-discussed facility initially was designed and permitted for up to ...

Read More »

Who took my gas? Australia’s LNG boom hurts locals: Russell

Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own. LAUNCESTON, Australia – It’s somewhat ironic that as Australia ramps up to being the world’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), domestic industries are under threat from not being able to source the fuel. A combination of new LNG plants, exploration moratoriums and a successful anti-gas campaign ...

Read More »

Analysis: Eastern Canadian LNG export plans face supply quandary

canada-us

PORTLAND, Maine, Feb 4 – Eastern Canada has joined a race to export North America’s vast natural gas riches to energy-hungry markets overseas, with four projects betting the far-flung Atlantic provinces will be the easiest route to Europe and India. But firms behind those proposals, such as Spanish oil giant Repsol and Australia’s Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd have one major ...

Read More »

Natural gas prices may not climb with exports

FORT WORTH — Promoting the economic benefits of expanded liquefied natural gas exports, state and energy officials said selling gas overseas does not mean prices here will automatically climb. Texas Railroad Commission Chairman Christi Craddick said Tuesday at a panel discussion in Fort Worth that LNG exports could generate as much as $86 billion in net benefits to the U.S. ...

Read More »

Lower global demand, U.S. LNG supply could delay other export projects: report

Lower expected demand combined with U.S. projects in the works to export liquefied natural gas could delay other LNG export projects in Canada, Australia and Africa, according to a report from Goldman Sachs Corp. “Several projects in Canada and Australia will likely face final investment decision deferrals due to high and uncertain costs, and price-sensitive buyers,” the firm said last ...

Read More »

Cameron Parish LNG export facility obtains $3.6 billion charter

The recently approved LNG export facility planned for Cameron Parish has made a deal with a Japanese company worth $3.6 billion, according to Jennifer Larino for the Times-Picayune. Sempra Energy, the primary company behind the $10 billion Cameron LNG export project, signed a charter with Mitsui & Co. for five LNG tankers, with ongoing talks to obtain a charter for ...

Read More »

Advocacy group seeks faster export approval

As a bevy of liquefied natural gas export projects inch their way along, one organization is trying to activate shale supporters to lean on their legislators to speed the process. Our Energy Moment — a coalition of companies, institutions and individuals tied to shale development founded in Louisiana in 2013 — staged its first event in Pennsylvania on Thursday at ...

Read More »

Louisiana LNG export terminal to receive extra $6 billion investment

Marissa Hall | Shale Plays Media The liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility planned for Cameron Parish is receiving a massive boost in funding for the already expansive project. Cheniere Energy, which will own and operate the Sabine Pass LNG terminal, is boosting its investment by $6 billion. The extra funds will go into the construction of two additional production ...

Read More »

Pascagoula’s Gulf LNG in the queue for export OK

Karen Nelson | Sun Herald (Biloxi, Miss.) PASCAGOULA — Gulf LNG is securing overseas customers in anticipation of federal permission to export liquified natural gas in the future. The $1.1 billion plant — two huge holding tanks on a spit of land south of Pascagoula — was built more than three years ago to import the gas that is chilled ...

Read More »