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Cheniere, PHMSA clash over shutdown order; Jordan Cove application found lacking

Cheniere, PHMSA clash over LNG tank shutdown order

Two leaking LNG tanks at Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass export facility posed no public safety threat and should not have been subject to a corrective action order that required them to be removed from service, lawyers for the company argued at a hearing of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration on March 21.

Oregon finds Jordan Cove water permit application is incomplete

The developer of the $10 billion Jordan Cove LNG export project failed to fully describe potential impacts on water quality when applying for a permit, an Oregon agency told federal regulators.

LNG developer Tellurian gets $50M investment from contractor Bechtel

Tellurian Inc. sold a $50 million preferred equity stake to an affiliate of Bechtel Oil Gas and Chemicals Inc., the contractor for Tellurian's under-development Driftwood LNG export venture.

US expected to remain net natural gas exporter through 2019

The U.S. is expected to be a net exporter of natural gas in each month remaining in 2018 and each month of 2019, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, as pipeline exports to Mexico continue to grow along with LNG export capacity.

Cove Point's 1st LNG export cargo lands in UK

The first export cargo from Dominion Energy Inc.'s Cove Point LNG terminal landed in the United Kingdom, according to ship-tracking data.

Tellurian launches open season for $3.7B Permian-to-La. pipeline

Tellurian Inc. subsidiary Permian Global Access Pipeline commenced a nonbinding open season to check shipper interest in a proposed $3.7 billion, 42-inch diameter natural gas pipeline with the capacity to transport 2 Bcf/d.