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» Energy Chief Says Canada Could Send Gas to Europe Within 3 Years
Trudeau minister eyes conversion of existing Repsol facility. But nation currently lacks export terminal on Atlantic coast.
By Brian Platt, Bloomberg
May 26, 2022

» Environmental Advocates Say Public Comment Is Taking a Back Seat in Biden’s Push to Export More LNG
Federal agencies evade questions about potential bias in the handling of New Fortress Energy’s application for a floating LNG facility off the Louisiana coast.
By Julie Dermansky, DeSmog Blog
May 20, 2022

» Bid to Revive Doomed Nova Scotia LNG Project Collides with Germany’s Net-Zero Plans
By Mitchell Beer, The Energy Mix
May 16, 2022

» 2 stalled LNG projects in Nova Scotia may be on the brink of revival
Renewed signs of interest in Goldboro and Bear Head projects
Frances Willick, CBC News
May 11, 2022

» Canada in talks with Repsol, Pieridae Energy about LNG export terminals
By Nia Williams, Reuters
May 6, 2022

» Should EPA Back-Off Pollution Controls to Help LNG Exports Replace Russian Gas in Germany?
Cheniere Energy says the agency’s decision to start enforcing pollution controls on gas turbines is “counterproductive” in light of Russia’s war in Ukraine. Environmentalists strongly disagree.
By James Bruggers, Inside Climate News
April 20, 2022

» No Need for New Export Terminals to Move U.S. Gas to Europe, New Analysis Shows
By The Energy Mix
April 10, 2022

» How the Recoil From Russian Gas Is Scrambling World Markets
Europe wants 50 billion cubic meters of additional natural gas, but supplies are tight. Prices will rise and other regions might have to do with less.
By Stanley Reed, New York Times
April 4, 2022

» Europe Scrambles To Accommodate LNG Import Surge
By Tsvetana Paraskova, Oil Price
March 28, 2022

» US plan to provide 15bn cubic meters of natural gas to EU alarms climate groups
The deal is intended to decrease reliance on Russia but will entrench reliance on fossil fuels, environmentalists say
By Oliver Milman, The Guardian
March 25, 2022

» Why the U.S. Can’t Quickly Wean Europe From Russian Gas
The Biden administration’s plan to send more natural gas to Europe will be hampered by the lack of export and import terminals.
By Clifford Krauss, New York Times
March 25, 2022

» Why the LNG ‘gold rush’ could soon turn to dust
Billed as a fuel for the energy transition, LNG demand has boomed this century. Sustained high prices and an accelerating energy transition could change this.
By Nick Ferris, Energy Monitor
February 16, 2022

» Germany Tries to Loosen Its Ties to Russian Gas Pipelines
An increasingly belligerent Russia, an energy crunch and a new Green minister of economics all add up to a change of direction in Germany’s policy on natural gas.
By Melissa Eddy, New York Times
February  14, 2022

» Pieridae Energy mulls smaller, floating LNG project due to costs
By Michelle Zadikian, BNN Bloomberg
January 28, 2022

» Ukraine dispute opens door for Goldboro LNG exports from N.S.
By Kevin Dougherty, iPolitics
January 27, 2022

» Trenton Votes to Oppose Gibbstown Fracked Gas Terminal
Vote makes Trenton the 12th municipality in New Jersey to oppose fracking export plan
By Food & Water Watch
December 6, 2021

» LNG Canada On Track to Become ‘Financial Albatross’, Analysts Warn
By The Energy Mix
November 25, 2021

» Gibbstown Ends, Not with a Bang but with a Whimper?
By Kimberly Ong, NRDC | Expert Blog
November 30, 2021

» Jordan Cove project dies. What it means for FERC, gas
By Niina H. Farah, Miranda Willson, Carlos Anchondo, E&E News
December 2, 2021

» U.S. natgas jumps near 12% on cooler forecasts, short covering
By Reuters
October 25, 2021

» Mass. Considers Approval of LNG Facility in Environmental Justice Community
Activists Question Role of LNG Facility as State Seeks to Decarbonize Economy
By Emily Hayes, RTO Insider
October 11, 2021

» Over town objections, $100M Charlton natural gas pipeline and facility slated for final approval
By Katherine Hamilton, Worcester Business Journal
October 1, 2021

» State Set To OK Liquefied Natural Gas Facility Near Worcester
A key state energy board earlier this month issued a tentative decision to approve the LNG terminal in Charlton.
By Neal McNamara, Patch
September 30, 2021

» Happy “Right to Know Week,” Canada!
Besides asking for a billion dollars from the federal government, Pieridae Energy also wanted provincial money for its proposed Goldboro LNG plant. The Halifax Examiner used the Freedom of Information Act to find out details and discovered… not much.
By Joan Baxter, Halifax Examiner
September 27, 2021

» Floating LNG can turn ‘constraint into commercial opportunity’
LNG could help cut offshore flaring and venting while opening up new line of income
By Mark Passwaters, Upstream Online
August 18, 2021

» LNG Projects Make Claims of ‘Net-Zero’ to Ease Way for Expansion
Several proposed LNG projects in Canada promise carbon neutrality for their gas exports. But the claims lack detail and appear mostly designed to defang opposition to the gas rush.
By Nick Cunningham, DeSmog Blog
August 13, 2021

» Judge Temporarily Freezes Plan to Truck Frigid Liquid Natural Gas to Brooklyn
By Samantha Maldonado, THE CITY
August 8, 2021

» DC Circuit faults FERC’s environmental analysis in two LNG project orders
By Maya Weber, S&P Global
August 3, 2021

» Quebec Rejects $14-Billion LNG Terminal
By The Energy Mix staff
August 1, 2021

» “Impractical”: Canadian LNG scheme hits the rocks amid cost and schedule challenges
Pieridae Energy’s Goldboro LNG export scheme to “move in a new direction” as company’s chief financial officer resigns
By Iain Esau, Upstream Online
July 5, 2021

» The Goldboro LNG plant scheme has collapsed
By Tim Bousquet, The Halifax Examiner
July 2, 2021

» Pieridae Evaluating Goldboro LNG Strategic Alternatives
By Pieridae Energy Limited, Yahoo Finance
July 2, 2021

» Feds haven’t received funding application for Goldboro LNG project, says MP
Company behind project has established June 30 as the deadline for deciding whether to move ahead with project
By Rose Murphy, CBC News
June 30, 2021

» Global LNG Industry Reeling as its Image as a Climate Solution Shifts to ‘Climate Problem’
Nearly two dozen major LNG projects around the world are struggling to move forward, a new report reveals, as investors grow skittish from poor economics and increasing scrutiny on the industry’s large carbon footprint.
By Nick Cunningham, DeSmog Blog
June 24, 2021

» Opposition abounds for Nova Scotia’s planned LNG export facility
By Moira Donovan, National Observer
June 22, 2021

» Most of the world’s proposed LNG projects unlikely to be built as investors fall out of love with natural gas
A quarter of them are located in Canada
By Financial Post
June 9, 2021

» Canada’s Pieridae Energy hires MUFG as SocGen exits over emissions worries
By Sabrina Valle and Simon Jessop, Reuters
May 28, 2021

» Railroaded by the Gas Industry
How the Biden administration could use insurance requirements to halt LNG by rail.
By Eric de Place, Sightline Institute
March 22, 2021

» Looking to halt LNG expansion, opponents urge Biden to block exports
New campaign adds to pressure on Gov. Murphy to block planned natural gas port in South Jersey
By Jon Hurdle, NJ Spotlight News
April 16, 2021

» The Delaware River Basin paradox: Why fracking is so hard to quit
The regulatory agency charged with protecting the Delaware River Basin both banned fracking and paved the way for an LNG export facility within a few months, demonstrating just how hard it is to sever ties with natural gas.
By Zoya Teirstein, Grist
April 15, 2021

» Pieridae still plans FID on Nova Scotia LNG export plant by late June
By Reuters, in Yahoo Finance
April 15, 2021

» No U.S. LNG Export FIDs Predicted in 2021, Says Wood Mackenzie
By Caroline Evans, Natural Gas Intelligence
March 31, 2021

» Pieridae plans to use fracked natural gas from Pennsylvania at its proposed Goldboro LNG plant, and that’s a huge problem
By Tim Bousquet, Halifax Examiner
March 29, 2021

» SLAPPed silly: the company promoting the Goldboro LNG plant that Premier Rankin supports is trying to bully its critics into silence
By Tim Bousquet, Halifax Examiner
March 22, 2021

» Biden faces climate clash over LNG
By Lesley Clark and Carlos Anchondo, E&E News
March 8, 2021

» Foes of South Jersey LNG plan say new frack ban might help their cause
Murphy under pressure to ‘walk the talk’ and say how he would ‘prevent’ construction of export terminal for fracked gas
By Jon Hurdle, NJ Spotlight News
March 9, 2021

» Pieridae Energy to build Goldboro LNG plant, Nova Scotia
By Bruce Lantz, Resource World
January 29, 2021

» Regulators Discuss LNG-by-Rail Safety Concerns — After Approving New Rule To Allow Transporting LNG by Rail
By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog
January 26, 2021

» Feds: Jordan Cove LNG terminal can’t move forward without state water permit
By GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press
January 19, 2021

» LNG prices skyrocket, but fresh delays mean Canadian projects will miss the boom
The only LNG export facility even under construction in Canada is years away from completion
By Geoffrey Morgan, The Financial Post
January 14, 2021

» Scuttle N.J. LNG site before Trump rides approval into sunset | Opinion
By Jocelyn Sawyer, nj.com
December 1, 2020
Jocelyn Sawyer is a South Jersey organizer with the advocacy group Food & Water Action.

» How Biden may save U.S. gas exports to Europe
Cleaning up fuel producers’ climate pollution at home could help the industry avoid “a trans-Atlantic green gas war.”
By BEN LEFEBVRE, Politico
November 27, 2020

» Europe’s Green Deal Is Bad News For U.S. LNG
By Irina Slav, Oil Price
November 14, 2020

» French government puts U.S. gas imports on ice
By Chathurika Gamage & Georges Tijbosch, Green Biz
November 12, 2020

» GlobalData comments on Canadian LNG sector struggles
By Will Owen, LNG Industry
November 2, 2020

» France Delays U.S. LNG Deal On Environmental Concerns
By Tsvetana Paraskova, Oil Price
October 23, 2020

» Controversy Mounts Over Proposed LNG Export Facility on the Delaware River
By Yale Environment 360
October 22, 2020

» The Goldboro Gamble, Part 2
Germans and Canadians join to oppose proposed Nova Scotian liquid natural gas plant that “nobody needs.”
By Joan Baxter, Halifax Examiner
October 20, 2020

» The Goldboro Gamble, Part 1
For nearly a decade, Alfred Sorensen has been assuring us that the multi-billion Goldboro LNG plant is a done deal. But his supposed German financiers aren’t as certain as Sorenson pretends, and his company struggles to find a secure source of gas.
By Joan Baxter, Halifax Examiner
October 19, 2020

» Proposed $10B liquefied natural gas project in Guysborough County pressing forward
Project faces opposition from international group of environmentalists
By Tom Ayers, CBC News
October 2, 2020

» U.S. LNG Industry’s Business Model Doesn’t Work
By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog
August 25, 2020

» Environmental groups, states sue feds over LNG by rail
Federal regulation on transporting liquefied natural gas by rail goes into effect Monday
By Joanna Marsh, FreightWaves
August 24, 2020

» Environmental Groups, States Sue to Halt LNG Shipped by Rail, Warn of ‘Moving Bombs’
By Kevin Dobbs, Natural Gas Intelligence
August 19, 2020

» Environmental Groups Sue Trump Admin to Stop LNG Trains
By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog
August 19, 2020

» US LNG Exports at 20-month Low
By Scott DiSavino, MarineLink
July 8, 2020

» Global LNG terminal survey casts doubt on industry as ‘safe bet’
The failure rate for proposed LNG export terminal projects between 2014 and 2020 is 61 per cent, study says
By Carl Meyer, National Observer – in Terrace Standard
July 7, 2020

» Canada’s LNG industry on shaky ground as high-profile investors back off: report
By Lee Berthiaume, Global News
July 6, 2020

» Gas Bubble 2020
TRACKING GLOBAL LNG INFRASTRUCTURE
By Lydia Plante, James Browning, Greig Aitken, Mason Inman, and Ted Nace, Global Energy Monitor
July, 2020

» KBR to focus on government contracts, quit natural gas, energy business
By Jennifer Hiller, Reuters
June 22, 2020

» Shell Game
Alberta has a huge problem with drill site clean up and dicey deals shifting who pays. Mike Judd had enough, so the cowboy fought and won.
By Andrew Nikiforuk, TheTyee.ca
May 20, 2020

» Failed Finances and ‘the Demonization of Gas’ Are Threatening the Future of US LNG
By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog
May 14, 2020

» LNG Imports and New Supply Challenge Russia’s Hold on European Gas Market
By Yigal Chazan, Geopolitical Monitor
May 12, 2020

» Irish LNG Plan That Would Allow US Fracked Gas Imports ‘Dead in the Water’
By John Gibbons, DeSmog Blog
May 4, 2020

» US LNG tankers to Europe to see a bleak outlook starting June: traders
By Antoine Simon, S&P Global
April 29, 2020

» Australia’s booming LNG industry stalls after fall in oil prices amid coronavirus
More than $80bn of investment decisions are delayed due to a collapsed oil price and a geopolitical price war
By Adam Morton, The Guardian
April 12, 2020

» Bad news about FERC & Jordan Cove
By Drew Hudson, 198 Methods
March 20, 2020

» EU Plans to Measure True Climate Impacts of LNG Imports From US Fracked Gas
By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog
February 12, 2020

» LNG fuel fails to deliver GHG emission cuts: report
By Paul Bartlett, Seatrade Maritime News
January 29, 2020

» Gas Export’s Dirty Secret: A Carbon Footprint Rivaling Coal’s
By Catherine Traywick, Stephen Cunningham, Naureen Malik and Dave Merrill (Bloomberg), in gCaptain
January 23, 2020

» Climate and Health Risks of Liquified Natural Gas
By Physicians for Social Responsibility – white paper
November, 2019

» Charlton legal expenses go up 300% in fight against proposed pot farm, LNG plant
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
September 13, 2019

» Charlton’s lawyer for LNG plant resigns
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
September 10, 2019

» Canada LNG among big oil projects deemed economically unviable under Paris climate pact by study
$50 billion worth of projects could be left ‘deep out of the money’ in lower carbon world
By Ron Bousso, Reuters
September 5, 2019

» Trump’s hard sell of American LNG
By James Osborne, Houston Chronicle
September 5, 2019

» Charlton seeks more time to weigh in on LNG plant proposal
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
August 12, 2019

» State DPU issues stay on proposed $100M LNG plant in Charlton
By Brian Lee, WorcesterTelegram & Gazette Staff
August 7, 2019

» Millennium Power distances self from proposed natural gas plant in Charlton
By Brian Lee, Worcester Telegram & Gazette
August 6, 2019

» Southbridge hires lawyer to address LNG plant proposed in Charlton
By Brian Lee, Worcester Telegram & Gazette
July 21, 2019

» Hopkinton wants answers on ‘thermal anomaly’ at LNG tank
By Jonathan Phelps, MetroWest Daily News
July 15, 2019

» The New Gas Boom
TRACKING GLOBAL LNG INFRASTRUCTURE
By Ted Nace, Lydia Plante, and James Browning, Global Energy Monitor
June, 2019

» Charlton residents voice concern over proposed LNG facility
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
May 30, 2019

» Charlton $100M LNG plant to present new plan Wednesday
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
May 27, 2019

» DRBC Confirms Plan to Build LNG Export Terminal at New South Jersey Port
Jon Hurdle, NJSpotlight
June 12, 2019

» Charlton residents hear details of proposed $100M LNG plant
By Debbie LaPlaca, Worcester Telegram
November 13, 2018

» $100M LNG plant proposed on Route 20 in Charlton
By Matthew Tota, Worcester Telegram
Nov 4, 2018