LNG Limited: Magnolia project progresses with FERC

LNG Limited updates on Magnolia project progress with FERC

Liquefied Natural Gas Limited updated on the status of Environmental Information Requests from FERC regarding Magnolia LNG.

On Thursday, 23 October, both Magnolia LNG and Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline received follow‐up data requests from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission covering additional questions on the environmental aspects of the projects.

“On Friday 24 October 2014, Magnolia LNG submitted responses to FERC’s second Information Request covering seismic and geotechnical information,” the company said in a statement.

The company shortly expects to receive an Information Request on both the technical and safety Resource Reports submitted. Responses to this Information Request from FERC and any other clarifications required, need to be addressed in order for FERC to issue a Notice of Schedule for Environmental Review followed by the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.

Magnolia LNG is moving substantially closer to the issuance of both documents and is targeting their release in this calendar year, LNG Limited added.

 

LNG World News Staff; Image: LNG Limited

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