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    November 15, 2016

    Accelerating LNG exports is lame-duck session priority, lawmakers say

    By Nick Snow | Oil & Gas Journal Passing legislation aimed at accelerating US LNG exports is a priority in the 115th Congress’ lame-duck session that’s just getting under way, three federal lawmakers said on Nov. 15. But they were not certain whether it would move as part of the Def...

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    November 03, 2016

    Cheniere restarts Sabine Pass LNG exports

    By: Karen Thomas | LNG World Shipping Cheniere-owned Sabine Pass LNG terminal has restarted production and exports this week, ending a shut-down for maintenance that lasted more than a month. Exports halted in mid-September, when Cheniere shut down the plant’s first two liquefaction train...

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    October 24, 2016

    Sabine Pass LNG gas intake ramps up

    Argus Media Houston, 24 October (Argus) — The Sabine Pass LNG export terminal in Louisiana is scheduled to receive about 196mn cf (5.55mn m³) of gas today, its highest daily intake in more than a month as it ramps back up after a maintenance shutdown. Sabine Pass received zero gas on...

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    October 12, 2016

    America’s About to Double the Shale Gas It Sends Overseas

    By:Naureen Malik | Bloomberg The U.S. is set to double the volume of shale natural gas it’s sending abroad. Cheniere Energy Inc., which became the nation’s first and only exporter of shale gas in February, was cleared by U.S. regulators on Wednesday to start loading tankers with liq...

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    September 28, 2016

    US LNG Exports: Where Did They Go?

    By: Susan Sakmar | Oil Price It’s been a long time since my last post, which is primarily due to the fact that most of my free time over the summer was devoted to helping write a legal brief on whether the U.S. Federal Government, through the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), can impose rea...

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    September 27, 2016

    South America Becomes Home for U.S. Shale Gas Amid Rising Demand

    By: Anna Shiryaevskaya & Naureen Malik | Bloomberg U.S. liquefied natural gas was supposed to go mainly to Asia and Europe, lured by prices as much as four times higher than those at home. So far, South America has been the destination of choice. Thanks to a global glut that depressed prices, C...

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    September 11, 2016

    U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Exports Reach A New Market And Continue To Climb In 2016

    By: Jude Clemente | Forbes In the first six months of this year, nearly 50 Bcf of U.S. LNG was exported. We will be surging to a dominant role in less than five years, with five terminals operating on the Gulf Coast and in Maryland by 2020. U.S. LNG has already been shipped to the Middle East, ...

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    September 09, 2016

    US natural gas production stable for Q3, Q4, despite Hermine: EIA

    By: Maya Weaver | (Washington) Platts Despite some impacts to natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico from Hurricane Hermine in August, the Energy Information Administration Wednesday held steady its overall projections for third and fourth quarter US production. "Hurricane Hermine led to ...

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    August 31, 2016

    LNG legislative endgame nears

    By: Fred H. Hutchinson | The Hill Congress is currently on an extended summer break, which lasts through Labor Day, Sept. 5. This hiatus provides an opportune opportunity to reflect upon where the LNG exports legislation stands before the 114th Congress enters the legislative “homestretch....

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    August 24, 2016

    U.S. LNG for China Arrives Via Panama Canal

    By: Jenny W Tsu | The Wall Street Journal The first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the U.S. to China arrived this week, thanks to the recently expanded Panama Canal’seasing access to the robust Asian market for U.S. gas exporters. The shipment was chartered by Royal Dutch Shell PL...

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