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'If LNG fails, this town will fail': BC mayor apologizes to officials thrown ... - The Globe and Mail

LNG news from Google - 25 April, 2014 - 00:16

'If LNG fails, this town will fail': BC mayor apologizes to officials thrown ...
The Globe and Mail
The mayor of Fort Nelson, B.C., has issued a public apology to provincial bureaucrats and gas industry officials expelled from a First Nations summit on liquefied natural gas, saying there is too much at stake for his community to keep silent. Last ...
Fort Nelson mayor calls LNG summit expulsion 'exploitation,' apologizesTimes Colonist

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Fort Nelson mayor apologizes for ejection of government officials from LNG summit - The Province

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 21:30

The Province

Fort Nelson mayor apologizes for ejection of government officials from LNG summit
The Province
Last week, the Fort Nelson First Nation expelled provincial government officials from its LNG summit over the province's decision to change environment assessment rules for gas plants. Now the municipal government of the Northern Rockies, which ...

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Ferus NGF Buys Out Encana, Takes Over Alberta LNG Facility - Natural Gas Intelligence

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 21:23

NGT News

Ferus NGF Buys Out Encana, Takes Over Alberta LNG Facility
Natural Gas Intelligence
Ferus Natural Gas Fuels Inc. (NGF) has bought out Encana Corp.'s half-stake in the companies' joint venture (JV) liquefied natural gas (LNG) production facility in Elmworth, AB, which is set to start up in May. The facility is to have 190,000 liter/day ...
Ferus Assumes Encana's Stake in LNG Joint VentureNGT News
Ferus Natural Gas Fuels Acquires Encana's Share in Alberta LNG PlantCanada NewsWire (press release)
Gas processing: Ferus acquires Encana's share in Alberta LNG plantPennEnergy (press release)
Calgary Herald -CanadianManufacturing.com
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No safe place near LNG plant - Coos Bay World

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 21:21

No safe place near LNG plant
Coos Bay World
I'm glad to be reminded of last weeks explosion at the Plymouth, Wash., LNG plant. That explosion lead to an evacuation of a 2-mile radius of the plant. The plant was three times smaller than the proposed Jordan Cove LNG plant. Would a similar ...

LNG just more empty promises - Coos Bay World

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 21:17

LNG just more empty promises
Coos Bay World
Back then we researched effects of new pulp mills, found one in Peace River, Canada, much touted as the savior of their economy, much like the proposed LNG here. A “state of the art,” non- smelly new pulp mill was built, many people came to build it ...

Trade Implication of US Energy Policy and the Export of Liquefied Natural Gas ... - Center For American Progress

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 20:56

Center For American Progress

Trade Implication of US Energy Policy and the Export of Liquefied Natural Gas ...
Center For American Progress
Chairman Nunes, Ranking Member Rangel, and members of the Trade Subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to testify on the “Trade Implications of U.S. Energy Policy and the Export of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).” The question has taken on greater ...
National Energy Board Releases Decision On Export Of Liquefied Natural GasMondaq News Alerts (registration)
Getting a move on in worldwide LNG raceBusiness in Vancouver
Liquefied Natural Gas Limited's shares continue to surgeProactive Investors UK
MarineLink -Yahoo!7 News -Petroleumworld.com
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Fort Nelson mayor calls LNG summit expulsion 'exploitation,' apologizes - Times Colonist

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 20:16

Fort Nelson mayor calls LNG summit expulsion 'exploitation,' apologizes
Times Colonist
Last week, the Fort Nelson First Nation expelled provincial government officials from its LNG summit over the province's decision to change environment assessment rules for gas plants. Now the municipal government of the Northern Rockies, which ...

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Michael Burt: BC must act quickly to profit from LNG exports - The Province (blog)

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 19:20

Center For American Progress

Michael Burt: BC must act quickly to profit from LNG exports
The Province (blog)
The development of the massive Montney and Horn River formations in Northeast B.C. and liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities on the B.C. coast offer an unprecedented opportunity for the Canadian industry to grow beyond North America to supply new ...
Imperial Oil says decision on Canadian LNG project still distantReuters
Trade Implication of US Energy Policy and the Export of Liquefied Natural Gas ...Center For American Progress
National Energy Board Releases Decision On Export Of Liquefied Natural GasMondaq News Alerts (registration)
Akron Beacon Journal (blog)
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LNG actions questioned - Squamish Chief

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 13:56

LNG actions questioned
Squamish Chief
Editor's note: This letter was sent to Squamish's mayor and council. It was copied to The Chief for publication. I attended the recent LNG Boom or Bust presentation at Quest University and was amazed at the turnout of like-minded citizens. The per ...

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Natural gas project draws environmentalist ire - Fox News

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 12:50

Calgary Herald

Natural gas project draws environmentalist ire
Fox News
A liquefied natural gas facility in southern Maryland is generating intense criticism from environmental groups, in a fight that echoes the protracted battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Energy company Dominion Resources is hoping to invest ...
Lobbying dollars flow into DC on exporting US gasFuelFix (blog)
Energy export debate brings out big guns in lobbyingHouston Chronicle

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Deutsche Bank team to explore LNG terminal funding - Cyprus Mail

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 11:07

Famagusta Gazette

Deutsche Bank team to explore LNG terminal funding
Cyprus Mail
The Deutsche Bank delegation and the government will initially explore the financing prospects for an LNG terminal in connection with the reserves in the nearby Israeli Leviathan offshore gasfield, in which the German bank is involved in a management role.
Gas: Deutsche Bank to explore LNG terminal funding in CyprusANSAmed
Minister to meet Deutsche Bank over Cyprus energy plansFamagusta Gazette

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Japan's Tohoku to buy US Cameron LNG from M'bishi - Reuters

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 10:07

Japan's Tohoku to buy US Cameron LNG from M'bishi
Reuters
The gas will be sourced from the proposed Cameron LNG project in the United States in which Mitsubishi's venture has a 16.6 percent stake, Tohoku said, adding this will be its first purchase of LNG at U.S. Henry Hub natural gas-linked prices. LNG ...

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PGN in talks on LNG supply for new vessel - Jakarta Post

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 06:54

PGN in talks on LNG supply for new vessel
Jakarta Post
State-owned gas distributor PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) is expecting to seal an agreement with BP Berau Limited on the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the latter's Tangguh LNG operation in West Papua. PGN said it hoped the deal would ...

Petronet LNG's Lease Plan may Hit Galaxy of Projects - The New Indian Express

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 04:25

Petronet LNG's Lease Plan may Hit Galaxy of Projects
The New Indian Express
With the Petronet LNG Limited planning to lease out Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) storage terminals, a galaxy of projects envisaged by the state may be delayed at least by two years. This includes power projects of 5300 MW capacity at an investment of ...

Record LNG imports - TradeWinds

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 04:19

TradeWinds

Record LNG imports
TradeWinds
The world's largest LNG buyer imported 87.7mt of the fuel in the year to March 2014, up 1% from the previous high a year ago. The jump in imports has been caused by Japan's shutdown of nuclear stations in the wake of the Fukushima disaster in 2011.

Alaska To Invest In LNG Project - OilPrice.com

LNG news from Google - 24 April, 2014 - 00:32

Alaska To Invest In LNG Project
OilPrice.com
The Alaskan State Legislature passed legislation on April 20 that will see the state join a partnership with oil producers on the North Slope to build a pipeline and liquefied natural gas export terminal. If successful, it will mark the first time a U ...
Alaska passes bill for Alaska LNG and pipeline project partnershipPipelines International

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CNOOC subsidiary to partner with U.K. firm on Prince Rupert LNG terminal - Financial Post

LNG news from Google - 23 April, 2014 - 22:48

Financial Post

CNOOC subsidiary to partner with U.K. firm on Prince Rupert LNG terminal
Financial Post
CALGARY • A subsidiary of China's CNOOC Ltd. has signed an agreement with a unit of BG Group PLC to partner on the U.K. company's proposed Prince Rupert LNG terminal on Canada's West Coast. CNOOC Gas and Power Group signed a memorandum ...

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In race to tap LNG markets, Canada lags behind - The Globe and Mail

LNG news from Google - 23 April, 2014 - 21:18

In race to tap LNG markets, Canada lags behind
The Globe and Mail
The report, released by the London-based economic research group Tuesday, projects that the world's LNG exports are set to surge in the next few years, nearly doubling by 2020. This will be led by the boom in LNG facilities being developed in Australia ...

How Asia's LNG Sector Will Drive Exxon Mobil's Growth - TheStreet.com

LNG news from Google - 23 April, 2014 - 19:44

How Asia's LNG Sector Will Drive Exxon Mobil's Growth
TheStreet.com
NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Exxon Mobil (XOM), America's biggest energy company, is expanding its footprint in Asia's liquefied natural gas, or LNG, market. The oil behemoth's LNG project in Papua New Guinea, or PNG, is nearing completion in June, four ...

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Defiant northern Chief galvanizes BC First Nations against Premier's LNG plans - The Vancouver Observer

LNG news from Google - 23 April, 2014 - 16:08

Defiant northern Chief galvanizes BC First Nations against Premier's LNG plans
The Vancouver Observer
On April 16, 33-year-old Fort Nelson Chief Sharleen Gail held up an eagle feather at an LNG industry summit in her territory as she emotionally ordered B.C. government officials to exit the conference, to the sound of Dene drummers. “My elders said ...
BC government reverses sweet gas deregulationCanada First Perspective

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