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Sen. Murkowski welcomes Cameron LNG approval

Sen. Murkowski welcomes Cameron LNG final approval

U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski applauded the Department of Energy (DOE) for granting final approval to two liquefied ...

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Minister Younger welcomes LNGL to Nova Scotia

Minister Younger welcomes LNGL to Nova Scotia

The government of Nova Scotia congratulated Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (LNGL) on its proposal to develop an LNG ...

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Minister Coleman welcomes new B.C. LNG milestone

Minister Coleman praises new B.C. LNG milestone

Minister of Natural Gas Development of British Columbia, Rich Coleman, issued a statement following the Province’s ...

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Parnell welcomes Alaska LNG project advancements

Parnell welcomes Alaska LNG project advancements

Citing significant progress on an Alaska gasline that gets Alaska’s gas to Alaskans and markets beyond, Governor ...

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Minister Coleman Welcomes WesPac LNG Export Application

Coleman Welcomes WesPac to B.C.

Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman has issued a statement following WesPac’s export request ...

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Karoon Gas Welcomes New Independent Director 

Karoon Gas Australia said that Bernard Wheelahan has been appointed as an Independent Non‐Executive Director of the ...

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CB&I Welcomes Cameron LNG Approval

CB&I Commends FERC on Cameron LNG Approval

CB&I applauds Cameron LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, for receiving authorization from the Federal Energy ...

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Japan Welcomes First PNG LNG Cargo

PNG’s Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and his delegation inspected on Wednesday the LNG tanker Spirit of ...

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Dominion Welcomes Cove Point LNG Assessment

Dominion welcomed the release of a federal environmental assessment that finds the natural gas export project ...

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Minister Coleman Welcomes Aurora LNG Export Approval

Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman has issued a statement in response to Grassy Point LNG export ...

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Lithuanian Foreign Minister Welcomes Liberalization of ...

On the last day of the visit to the United States, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius ...

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U.S. Congressman Boustany Welcomes FERC EIS Release on ...

 Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr., M.D., (R-South Louisiana) issued the following statement after the Federal ...

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API Welcomes Committee Vote to Expedite LNG Exports

API President and CEO Jack Gerard welcomed vote on legislation to fast-track U.S. exports of LNG. The measure, H.R. ...

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Chart Welcomes Jaime del Alamo

Chart  announced the appointment of Jaime del Álamo to the role of Project Engineer for the LNG Vehicle Fuel ...

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Golar LNG Welcomes Back Gary Smith

Golar LNG said that Gary Smith has agreed to return to Golar to provide commercial support to the company, ...

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Minister Coleman Welcomes Triton LNG Export Approval, Canada

Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman has issued the following statement in response to Triton LNG ...

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Sen. Murkowski Welcomes ConocoPhillips LNG Approval

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) commented on the Department of Energy’s (DOE) announcement that ConocoPhillips’ ...

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Woodside Welcomes KAFTA Agreement

LNG player Woodside welcomed the formal signing of The Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) in Seoul. ...

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Canada: Premier Clark Welcomes Four LNG Export Approvals

B.C. Premier, Christy Clark, has issued a statement on liquefied natural gas (LNG) export licence approvals. ...

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API Welcomes Jordan Cove LNG Approval

API President and CEO Jack Gerard welcomed authorization by the Department of Energy for liquefied natural gas ...

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CLNG President Welcomes Cameron Non-FTA Approval

Following yesterday’s order from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) conditionally approving Cameron LNG’s non-free ...

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