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February 16, 2024
“H.R. 7176 will put pressure on the Biden Administration to remove their political and unnecessary blockade on LNG export projects which are vital to Texas, America, and the world. It’s a great bill, and I applaud Rep. Pfluger and House Republicans for fighting back,” said Texas Railroad Commissioner Wayne Christian.
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February 15, 2024
The legislation (H.R. 7176) by Texas Republican Representative August Pfluger would strip the Department of Energy of their role in approving LNG-export permits and instead require the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to deem the export of gas to be consistent with the public interest.
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February 15, 2024
GTA Phase 1 is set to produce around 2.3 million tonnes of LNG per year. The innovative project is expected to produce LNG for more than 20 years, enabling Mauritania and Senegal to become a global LNG hub.
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February 14, 2024
Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is estimated to rise by more than 50% by 2040, as industrial coal-to-gas switching gathers pace in China and South Asian and South-east Asian countries use more LNG to support their economic growth, according to Shell’s LNG Outlook 2024.
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February 13, 2024
Investors have been looking for clues on Woodside’s next move after talks to create a A$86 billion ($56 billion) company with Santos ended. Santos’s portfolio would have made Woodside one of the biggest LNG producers in the Asia-Pacific, but executives warned any deal would need to reflect low premiums in recent oil and gas transactions.
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February 12, 2024
The administration’s pause has potential implications for more than a dozen proposals now awaiting review at the Energy Department, including ventures in Louisiana by Commonwealth LNG and Energy Transfer LP.
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February 09, 2024
CEO Nick Dell’Osso said the government’s “unfortunate” move will ultimately get resolved, but LNG projects take years to complete, “so a one-year pause, if it is a full year, is meaningful.”
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February 08, 2024
Petronet on Tuesday renewed a contract to buy 7.5 million tons of LNG annually from Qatar from 2028 for 20 years in one of the largest ever deals for the super-chilled fuel. The country has so far found buyers for just about half of its new supply and needs to tie down others to long-term deals.
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February 08, 2024
In a letter sent to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology asks why the department’s study on how LNG shipments affect climate change, the economy and national security is needed and how the analysis will differ from previous studies on the issue.
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February 07, 2024
EQT has several nonbinding deals with LNG developers in the U.S., including Texas LNG LLC, Energy Transfer LP’s Lake Charles and Commonwealth LNG. The pause most affects Energy Transfer and Commonwealth, as well as Venture Global LNG Inc.’s CP2 in Louisiana, that are moving forward with export projects.
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February 02, 2024
“Reducing production of LNG actually harms the world achieving net zero sooner rather than later,” Chief Financial Officer Kathy Mikells said during an interview. “It’s a mistake.”
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February 01, 2024
API President and CEO Mike Sommers outlines what's at stake under the Biden administration's LNG permit freeze and warns of the real-world consequences for U.S. allies, American jobs and climate progress.
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January 31, 2024
The legislation, “Unlocking our Domestic LNG Potential Act,” was introduced by U.S. Congressman August Pfluger and seeks to place the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in charge of all LNG export permitting in the United States.
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January 30, 2024
During the first day of the Baker Hughes Annual Meeting on Monday in Florence, Italy, a U.S. DOE official tried to explain the Biden administration’s sudden move to stop issuing LNG export licenses.
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January 30, 2024
In 2023, ADNOC Gas maintained a strong sales momentum signing several LNG agreements valued between $9.4 billion and $12 billion, while continuing to invest domestically to position itself to meet both local and international demand for natural gas.
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January 29, 2024
Manchin, a staunch advocate of his home state’s abundant supplies of natural gas, said he would hold a hearing in the coming weeks to “unveil the facts about the true state of play in the markets, this administration’s motivations, and their implications.”
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January 28, 2024
Energy Workforce and Technology Council released a statement warning of the critical impacts that will be felt on both a national and international scale if the administration moves forward in halting permits for U.S. LNG export facilities.
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January 26, 2024
The Biden administration on Friday officially halted the approval of new licenses to export U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) while it scrutinizes how the shipments affect climate change, the economy and national security — a moratorium likely to disrupt plans for billions of dollars in projects.
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January 25, 2024
In a letter to Secretary Granholm and senior administration officials, the groups emphasized the critical role that continued U.S. LNG exports play in safeguarding national security, creating U.S. jobs, supporting our European allies and contributing to global climate goals.
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January 25, 2024
Texas LNG, a 4 MMtpa liquefied natural gas export terminal to be constructed in the Port of Brownsville, Texas, and a subsidiary of Glenfarne Energy Transition, LLC received its Section 10 and Section 404 permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Railroad Commission of Texas under The Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972.
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January 25, 2024
U.S. LNG is critical for helping Europe replace Russian gas. If the administration moves forward with this, it would undercut President Biden’s own pledge to send roughly 5 Bcfd of LNG through 2030 to Europe to help end its dependence on Russian gas.
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