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New England still relies on foreign LNG; Tellurian set to build Driftwood in '19

As US exports more natural gas, New England continues to rely on LNG from abroad

Even as the U.S. sends more natural gas to the rest of the world via the Cheniere Energy Inc. Sabine Pass facility and Dominion Energy Inc.'s Cove Point LNG terminal prepares for commercial service, New England still takes LNG from overseas to help alleviate the region's winter gas supply volatility.

Tellurian expects to start building Driftwood LNG export project in 2019

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave Tellurian Inc. a schedule for the review of the proposed Driftwood LNG LLC export facility and associated pipeline that slated release of a final environmental impact statement for Oct. 12, 2018.

New energy infrastructure index, fund seek to challenge MLP benchmark Alerian

A new index and electronically traded fund tracking U.S. and Canadian energy infrastructure are looking to upstage the energy transportation bellwether Alerian with a broader focus and lower-cost fund structure.

US gas demand softens, supply edges higher in week to Dec. 20

Warmer weather helped trim natural gas demand in the U.S. during the week ended Dec. 20, while growing production and imports drove up supply, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its latest "Natural Gas Weekly Update" released Dec. 21.