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Regulators solicit proposals for LNG storage in Maine

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The Maine Public Utilities Commission is accepting proposals for a liquefied natural gas storage tank. The utility regulators issued a request for proposals late last week following a state law that gave them power to execute a contract to address wintertime shortages of natural gas. Commission Chairman Mark Vannoy says the panel looks forward to evaluating ...

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Senate approves wide-ranging energy bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate approved a wide-ranging energy bill Wednesday that would promote a variety of energy sources and speed federal approval of projects to export liquefied natural gas to Europe and Asia. Senators backed the measure, 85 to 12, the first ambitious energy bill approved by the Senate in nearly a decade. The bill would boost renewables such ...

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Global trade of LNG hits record high

Global trade of LNG hits record high

Global trade of liquefied natural gas (LNG) reached record numbers in 2015, according to a new report. The International Group of LNG Importers said shipments of LNG grew by 2.5 percent to an all-time high of 245.2 million tons annually. Increased trade was driven by new liquefaction plants in Indonesia and Australia. The new facilities began exporting LNG to customers ...

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Cheniere Energy showcases first LNG export (VIDEO)

Cheniere showcases first LNG export (VIDEO)

Cheniere Energy released a video highlighting the first ever export of liquefied natural gas from the continental United States. Aerial shots show tugboats guiding the tanker to Cheniere’s Sabine Pass LNG Terminal and workers pumping LNG into vessel tanks. The cargo was loaded onto the tanker Asia Vision on Feb. 24. Brazil’s Petrobras purchased the 160,000 cubic meter shipment, which ...

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Milestone LNG export shipment set to leave US for Brazil

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The first international shipment of liquefied natural gas in decades from the Lower 48 states is poised to leave for Brazil from Louisiana. Cheniere Energy Partners L.P. announced Wednesday that a ship bound for Brazil was being loaded with LNG at its Sabine Pass facility in southwest Louisiana. The shipment is significant because it highlights the ...

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First LNG export to leave Sabine Pass

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American liquefied natural gas will soon hit the global market. The first cargo of LNG exported from the continental United States will leave Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass terminal Wednesday, according to a company executive. The tanker Asia Vision LNG will ship the fuel to Brazil, where it will be received by Petroleo Brasileiro SA, according to a Bloomberg report. While ...

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The Latest: Alaska eyes spring gas special session

JUNEAU, Alaska — The Latest on Gov. Bill Walker’s expectations for a major gas line project Alaska is pursuing (all times local): 6:20 p.m. A state official says Gov. Bill Walker’s administration is committed to a proposed liquefied natural gas project but concerned about the pace of commercial agreements. Deputy Natural Resources Commissioner Marty Rutherford told a House committee it’s ...

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NEPCO to float tenders next year to buy more LNG

AMMAN — The state-owned National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) is scheduled to float several tenders in 2016 to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments, Abdel Fattah Daradkeh, the company’s director general, said Monday. Shell provides Jordan with about 80 per cent of its energy needs at present and the company will float a tender to buy the remaining 20 per ...

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