DOE approves LNG exports to non-FTA countries from Oregon project

03/31/2014
The US Department of Energy conditionally approved Jordan Cove Energy Project LP's application to export LNG through its proposed terminal on Oregon's coast to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the US. The project near Coos Bay will be permitted to ship overseas as much as the 800 MMcfd of gas equivalent for 20 years subject to environmental review and final regulatory approvals, DOE's Fossil Energy Office said in its Mar. 24 order. Federal law assumes that gas exports to countries having an FTA with the US are in the national interest. For those that don't have an FTA, DOE must make a determination before they are permitted. DOE also said it has decided that the Jord...
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