Top news of the week March 14-19, 2016

FERC denies Jordan Cove LNG application

The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied Jordan Cove LNG’s application to build and operate a terminal on the North Spit of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon.

USA: Cheniere to export second Sabine Pass LNG cargo

U.S. LNG player Cheniere is to export its second cargo of liquefied natural gas as the second vessel arrived at the Sabine Pass liquefaction and export facility in Louisiana.

Indonesian regulator says Inpex to postpone Abadi LNG project

Japan’s Inpex will delay the development of its multi-billion Abadi LNG project in Indonesia by at least two years, the Indonesian energy regulator SKK Migas said on Wednesday.

Nigeria LNG denies Bonny incident

Nigeria LNG on Sunday responded to media reports of an “airborne disorder from dangerous gas” related to routine maintenance work being undertaken at the Bonny LNG facility.

Repsol shelves Canaport LNG export plans

Spanish energy giant Repsol has halted plans to add liquefied natural gas export facilities at its existing Canaport LNG import terminal in Saint John, Canada.

 

LNG World News Staff

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