Top news of the week August 15-21, 2016
The Houston-based Cheniere Energy filed a request with FERC to introduce fuel gas and begin commissioning activities for Train 3 at the Sabine Pass liquefaction and export plant in Louisiana.
Hawaii’s governor David Ige said on Tuesday he continues to be against liquefied natural gas (LNG) for power generation as the U.S. state is looking to meet its ambitious “clean energy” goals.
Australian LNG operator Santos on Monday said it is writing down the value of its GLNG project in Queensland due to low oil and gas prices.
Lake Charles LNG project participants filed an application with the United States Department of Energy seeking permission to export approximately 121 Bcf/year additionally, from the terminal in Louisiana.
The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday issued an order dismissing and terminating Downeast LNG’s applications to build an LNG import/export terminal and associated facilities in Washington County, Maine.
LNG World News Staff