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  1. Chevron considering importing Australian LNG to West Coast

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    Mon, 19 Mar 2001

  2. WATCHING THE WORLD THIRTY YEARS OF LNG TRADING

    With David Knott front London The liquefied natural gas industry will celebrate 30 years of international trade this year at a conference and exhibition that will take place July 3-6 in Birmingham, U.K. Holding the conference in the U.K. is appropriate because the first international LNG trade was ...

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    Mon, 1 May 1995

  3. Concrete deemed best option for LNG floater hull

    Growing demand for natural gas and tougher competition is forcing liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) producers to look for cheaper methods. With gas developments anticipated in increasingly remote locations, one concept currently exciting interest is an extension of floating production, storage, and off- ...

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    Mon, 10 Nov 1997

  4. Dynegy to build LNG terminal on Louisiana coast

    Dynegy Inc., Houston, Thursday said it plans to build a liquefied natural gas receiving and regasification terminal in Hackberry, La., on the site of the company's existing liquefied petroleum gas terminal. The LNG facility will be capable of receiving and processing 750 MMcfd of LNG . It will be ...

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    Thu, 12 Jul 2001

  5. Nigeria LNG sells first spot cargo to US

    CMS Energy Corp., Dearborn, Mich., has purchased a spot cargo of liquefied natural gas from the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Co. The cargo was lifted by the vessel LNG Delta May 25 and is scheduled to arrive at CMS Energy's Lake Charles, La., receiving terminal June 11.

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    Fri, 2 Jun 2000

  6. NLNG maximizes LNG production in supply constraint

    Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas achieves a wide variety of operating modes, depending on the degree gas supply is constrained, with NLNG's 3 water-cooled liquefaction trains, 3 air-cooled liquefaction trains with waste-heat recovery, 10 gas-turbine power generators, in-train and common NGL ...

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    Mon, 5 Jul 2010

  7. Dynegy plans LNG terminal on Louisiana coast

    Energy marketer Dynegy Inc. Thursday joined the competition to build a liquefied natural gas receiving and regasification terminal on the US Gulf Coast. The Houston company said it will construct a facility at Hackberry, La., on the company's existing liquefied petroleum gas terminal site.

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    Thu, 12 Jul 2001

  8. US will compete for LNG despite short-term import lull, study finds

    The United States will find that it is able to compete in global liquefied natural gas markets as worldwide supplies grow and markets stabilize, a study commissioned by the American Gas Foundation concluded.

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    Fri, 31 Oct 2008

  9. PLANS ADVANCE FOR QATAR'S LNG EXPORT PROJECTS

    Mobil Corp. is pushing plans for two joint venture projects to export liquefied natural gas from Qatar. The company disclosed last week that Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Co. Ltd., Mobil's venture with state owned Qatar General Petroleum Corp. (QGPC), has sent tender packages to contractors for ...

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    Mon, 24 Apr 1995

  10. FERC issues final EIS for proposed LNG project near Baltimore

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's staff identified additional adverse environmental impacts as it issued a final environmental impact statement on Dec. 5 for a proposed liquefied natural gas project outside Baltimore.

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    Fri, 19 Dec 2008

  11. NY State's rejection of Broadwater LNG project does not necessarily create impasse

    Three weeks after winning Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval, a large floating liquefied natural gas terminal, storage and regasification project which has been proposed for construction in Long Island Sound was rejected by New York's state government.

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    Fri, 25 Apr 2008

  12. Study finds coal-fired power plants produce more carbon than LNG units

    Coal-fired power plants produce 161% more greenhouse gas emissions through their life cycles than plants fueled by liquefied natural gas , an independent study found.

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    Fri, 20 Feb 2009

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