Canada could become one of the world's top LNG exporters, but projects have not been constructed, as roughly 110 million tonnes of government-approved export capacity await FIDs, Reuters said.
The Sempra Energy subsidiary requested the pre-filing review for its proposed Port Arthur LNG facility in Port Arthur, Texas. It could handle about 10 million tonnes per year.
NextDecade LLC owns Rio Grande LNG. The project includes the 129-mile proposed Rio Bravo Pipeline and the Rio Grande LNG facility with six, 4.5-tonnes per year-capacity liquefaction trains, Reuters said.
Houston-based Matt Sullivan and Vancouver, British Columbia-based Simon Nish took over Madeline Whitaker’s duties as president and overseeing the development of Prince Rupert LNG, Reuters said.
The Bear Head LNG project on Nova Scotia's Strait of Canso will handle 8 million tonnes per year of LNG. According to John Godbold, project director, operations could begin by 2019.
Houston-based Texas LNG started talks with potential customers in Eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia for a project collecting fees to liquefy natural gas for overseas sales, Bloomberg said.
Lower energy prices have changed the economics of export projects and cut investment plans. Only one planned project is expected to win a final investment decision this year, Reuters said.
Canada’s West Face Capital will invest in gasoline shipping, liquefying and re-processing projects that would send the fuel, as gas, offshore near New York and east of the Isle of Man.
Erica Bowman of ANGA tells a joint hearing of Texas House committees that allowing LNG exports would have positive impacts on the U.S. economy without significantly raising prices.
Global crude markets tighter than many realize, JBC says; second-half 2015 will see rebound to $60 WTI, $70 Brent.
Eagle Ford, Midcontinent propel condensate production.
Stabilis Energy announced the grand opening of its LNG production facility in George West, Texas.