Category: LNG

Cost overruns, delays may hinder future Australian LNG projects

New liquefied natural gas plants under construction in Australia have been plagued by widely reported cost overruns and delays, raising questions about whether the country will be able to continue to expand its liquefied gas capacity after 2018, according to a new report.  More »

Ending ban on oil exports would mean cheaper gasoline, energy executive says

ConocoPhillips senior economist Helen Currie, citing a study by the energy consulting firm IHS Inc., said prices at the pump would fall by about 8 cents a gallon should crude exports be allowed.  More »

China’s natural gas demand continues to grow

Natural gas accounted for only 4.9 percent of China’s total energy consumption in 2012, but that share is expected to grow to 8 percent by 2015 and 10 percent by 2020.  More »

Judge rules against Dominion LNG in zoning dispute

A judge’s ruling could mean new delays for a proposed Maryland facility to liquefy and export natural gas.  More »

Feds vs. feds: EPA questions energy agency’s environmental review

The Environmental Protection Agency says another federal agency hasn’t fully addressed how a proposed liquefied natural gas export plant in Corpus Christi might affect air, water and wildlife in the region.  More »

Companies take a big step toward LNG export plant in Louisiana

Sempra Energy, GDF Suez and other investors have made a final decision to move forward with a liquefied natural gas export plant in Hackberry, La.  More »

Tanzania’s energy minister says his African nation seeks U.S. partnership

The energy minister for Tanzania is in Houston seeking oil and gas investment in the East African nation.  More »

Investors go after Cheniere’s defense of stock grants

Cheniere Energy investors say the company can’t use stock exchange rules to justify $1.86 billion in stock grants they claim were never legally approved by shareholders.  More »

Industry pans feds’ plan for gas exports

The Obama administration says its new plan for vetting proposals to sell liquefied natural gas overseas is aimed at streamlining the review process, but energy companies and aspiring exporters say the government’s approach could have the opposite effect.  More »

Natural gas vote leaves fueling stations without standard

A group of statue regulators failed to agree on a standard for selling liquefied natural gas by its equivalence to a gallon of diesel fuel.  More »

Cheniere defends $1.77B in stock awards

Cheniere Energy wants a Delaware court to validate $1.77 billion in restricted stock awards to top brass and employees in the face of a shareholder lawsuit that alleges investors never approved the grants.  More »

Houston LNG startup to sell to Exelon Corp.

A Houston-based startup aiming to export U.S. liquefied natural gas is planning to sell itself to power generator Exelon Corp., the firm’s founder confirmed Friday.  More »
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