Friday, April 19, 2019

Re-Posting: LNG Export Terminals In The News -- Making America Great -- April 19, 2019

LNG export: FERC approves two LNG export projects. Some of this may have been previously reported:
  • Houston-based Tellurian Inc.'s Driftwood project on the Louisiana coast
  • San Diego-based Sempra Energy's Port Arthur LNG
This is why this story is important: "FERC is making a lot of headway on processing LNG applications in a more efficient manner, and I’m proud of the work that we are doing," FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee said in an April 18 press release.
This won't happen under a Biden, Beto, Buttigeig, or Bernie administration. Scary. Pocahontas, herself, has said she will stop issuing new oil and gas permits on federal land. Really scary.

Florida LNG project: hits milestone. Rigzone. Data points:
  • Eagle LNG Partners
  • $500-million project
  • final environmental impact statement from FERC
  • final step in the environmental review process before the final federal authorization decision deadline
  • the developer initiated the FERC process in December, 2014
  • LNG export projects tracked here
  • I don't recall the Florida project on that list, and I don't see it now, but I may have missed it
Natural Gas Fill Rate

I was snookered this past year being worried about the natural gas fill rate.

American roughnecks managed just fine, thank you.

Meanwhile In Mexico

From SeekingAlpha:
TransCanada and IEnova's (Sempra Energy) Sur de Texas-Tuxpan pipeline to add U.S. natural gas export capacity to Mexico should come online by the end of June.
The Texas-to-Mexico pipeline had been expected to come online by mid-February but technical and other problems have delayed the project by more than a year.
Sur de Texas will connect with Enbridge's 2.6B cf/day Valley Crossing pipeline; once the entire pipeline system comes online, it will comprise the largest cross-border gas pipeline by volume.

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