The Xijiang ENN 01, China’s first standardised LNG bunkering barge to provide ship-to-ship refuelling. LNG

Poor economics hold back US LNG bunkering

LNG bunkering projects in the US are being stymied by poor economics and a lack of infrastructure.

By Therese Robinson 18 September 2017
Exploration & Production

Total to cooperate with Chevron in Gulf of Mexico deepwater exploration

French major Total and United States-based Chevron will collaborate in exploring deepwater areas in the Gulf of Mexico.

22 September 2017
LNG

Veresen files third application for Jordan Cove LNG plant

Veresen filed an application for development of the Jordan Cove LNG plant in Oregon.

22 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

US coal-fired generators work to remain operational as mercury limits tighten

Several coal-fired power generators in the US installed equipment to reduce mercury output just before compliance deadlines in 2015 and 2016.

21 September 2017
Exploration & Production

Shell to close Waterton complex wells and pipelines

Shell Canada has been forced to close 24 gas wells and associated pipelines in its Waterton complex in southern Alberta because of an uncontrolled wildfire .

19 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

FERC overrules environmental veto for Millennium Pipeline

The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has overruled a decision to deny a water certificate for a 13-km pipeline project.

19 September 2017
LNG

Aurora LNG project cancelled in British Columbia

Another Canadian LNG export project was cancelled this week, as stakeholders for the 24 mtpa Aurora LNG facility in British Columbia.

15 September 2017
Supply & Demand

US daily gas output to grow by 40 MMcm in 2017

The United States will be producing an estimated 2.09 billion cubic metres per day of gas on average by the end of 2017, the EIA has said.

14 September 2017
LNG

Pieridae raises $50 mln for next phase of Goldboro LNG

Pieridae Energy has raised $50 million to support the next phase of its Goldboro LNG export project in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

13 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

Pennsylvania approves pollution plan for Atlantic Sunrise pipeline

Pennsylvania’s DEP has approved a pollution-offsetting plan for the construction of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline.

12 September 2017
LNG

Funding for Alaska LNG on hold

The state of Alaska will not fund any further promotions for the proposed Alaska LNG project, Governor Bill Walker told members of the Resource Development Council last week.

11 September 2017
LNG

US DOE moves forward with fast-tracking LNG exports

The United States Department of Energy is moving forward on plans to expedite the licensing process for small-scale LNG export projects.

11 September 2017
LNG

Pacific NorthWest cancellation leaves Canadian LNG in limbo

Many of the Canadian LNG developments in the Prince Rupert area of British Columbia are in limbo following the cancellation of Petronas’s Pacific NorthWest LNG project.

8 September 2017
Companies & Finance

Tellurian subsidiary buys Louisiana gas assets

A subsidiary of Houston-based Tellurian has agreed to buy gas-producing assets in northern Louisiana for $85.1 million.

8 September 2017
LNG

AGDC receives two expressions of interest in capacity at Alaska LNG

The AGDC has received two expressions of interest to reserve capacity at Alaska’s planned $40 billion LNG project.

7 September 2017
LNG

BC LNG could scupper Canadian climate targets – report

A new report has said carbon emissions from planned LNG facilities on the coast of British Columbia could make it difficult for Canada to reach its climate targets.

5 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

Trump appoints former Rhino CEO as new mine safety head

United States President Donald Trump has nominated David Zatezalo, former head of coal company Rhino Resources, to lead the US Mine Safety and Health Administration.

5 September 2017
LNG

US DOE proposes fast-track approvals for small-scale LNG

The United States has proposed a new regulation to enable the fast-track approval of small-scale LNG export projects, the Department of Energy said in a statement on Friday.

4 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

FERC processing 51 pipeline project applications

The United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission was processing 51 applications for pipeline projects as of the end of August.

4 September 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

ERC grants approval for Rover pipeline startup

The Rover pipeline has received approval from the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to start gas deliveries via Phase 1A .

1 September 2017
Policy & Regulation

US officials say EPA guidance is misleading

A number of officials have said that guidance from the United States Environmental Protection Agency is misleading.

1 September 2017

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