Gas flows to Sabine Pass hit new highs in July as train 4 warms up
Natural gas flows to Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass LNG export terminal surged in July, peaking at an all-time high and ending the month at a new record as the fourth liquefaction train undergoes commissioning ahead of a planned October in-service date.
Western lawmakers press FERC for swift review of Jordan Cove LNG
A group of 14 U.S. lawmakers put pressure on federal regulators to swiftly approve the 0.9-Bcf/d Jordan Cove LNG export project proposed for Oregon's coast, saying the $10 billion venture would stimulate economies in their home states of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
TransCanada to expand gas mainline as partners' LNG prospects cool
TransCanada Corp. will bolster its Canadian natural gas mainline that carries the fuel from the nation's shale regions to North American markets amid the cancellation of a major LNG project in British Columbia and a questionable future for a second LNG project in the province.
Freeport gets OK to energize LNG export terminal
Freeport LNG Development LP received approval from federal regulators to begin energizing its LNG export terminal under construction on Quintana Island, Texas, bringing the project a step closer to commissioning and a planned start-up date in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Poll shows Germans prefer Russian gas over US LNG
As the Trump administration plugs U.S. LNG as a way for Europe to wean its reliance off of Russia, one poll showed that Germans are not interested in swapping out piped gas from Gazprom for American natural gas supplies.
Magnolia LNG developer signs dredging agreement as project awaits FID
The developer of the Magnolia LNG export project has reached an agreement to deposit dredge spoils on land in Calcasieu Parish, La., a step forward as the 8 million-tonne-per-annum liquefaction and export terminal awaits a final investment decision.