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Cove Point introduces feed gas at LNG terminal; Liberty proposes $340M project

Update: Dominion's Cove Point introduces feed gas at LNG terminal

Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG LP on Dec. 5 introduced feed gas into its $4 billion LNG facility in Maryland, which is undergoing commissioning as the export project approaches completion.

Liberty Utilities presents $340M pipeline and LNG storage project

Liberty Utilities Co. has proposed a $340 million natural gas pipeline and storage project in New Hampshire to shore up the utility service territory's access to gas.

Winter LNG demand to keep Sabine Pass utilization 'well above' 90%, EIA says

Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass LNG terminal will use "well above" 90% of its export capacity in the coming winter amid strong demand and high spot LNG prices in Asia and Europe, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said.

Woodfibre inches along as other Canadian LNG export plans wither

Woodfibre LNG Ltd. and its contractor, KBR Inc., are moving forward with preconstruction work on the only British Columbia LNG export project to have a final investment decision.

Another Canadian LNG export project canceled as Steelhead pulls plug on Malahat

Steelhead LNG canceled its Malahat LNG project proposed for British Columbia, the fourth Canadian LNG export venture to have the plug pulled in 2017.

Report: Cheniere signs multiyear LNG sales deal with Austrian utility

Cheniere Energy Inc. signed a multiyear sales deal with the trading arm of the Austrian utility OMV AG, adding to the U.S. LNG exporter's growing list of European buyers, Reuters reported Dec. 6, citing information from "two industry sources."

Ore. agency raises concern over tsunami risk for Jordan Cove LNG project

An Oregon agency tasked with reviewing how infrastructure would respond to earthquakes and tsunamis is raising concerns over Jordan Cove's application to build and operate the first West Coast LNG export terminal in the U.S.