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Gaz Métro expands Montreal LNG plant’s production capacity

Rate this article By LNG World News Image courtesy of Gaz MétroGaz Métro said its unit Gaz Métro LNG completed the expansion project tripling the capacity of its Montréal natural gas liquefaction plant. The project increases the annual liquefaction capacity of Gaz Métro’s Montréal plant from 3 billion cubic feet to more than 9 billion…

Primoris Services wins LNG plant replacement job

Rate this article By LNG World News Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Primoris Services Corporation)Primoris Services Company, through its unit OnQuest, won an engineering, procurement and construction contract to replace an existing facility with a new LNG plant. Under a contract valued at US$100 million, with an unnamed company based in New England, USA,…

New England senators, witness question pipeline financing practices

Rate this article Two US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee members from New England joined a witness from the Environmental Defense Fund in questioning how major natural gas pipeline projects are financed. Markets and priorities have changed to a point that relying on purchasers’ capacity commitments to raise construction capital may no longer be…

Gaz Metro pens LNG deal with National Grid

Rate this article Article Abstract: Gaz Métro LNG, a Gaz Métro unit, signed commercial agreements with National Grid’s New England gas distribution companies. from LNG World News Click Here To Read Full Article Visit LNG World News for more great articles.

Keystone off the table, but back East, pipeline fight builds

Rate this article Article Abstract: From New England to North Carolina, scattered insurgencies have formed in opposition to a spider web of pipelines up and down the Eastern Seaboard as the nation’s energy industry seeks to move pent-up natural gas supplies. from Fuel Fix Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Fuel Fix for more…

Heating oil v. natural gas: Round 2 – CommonWealth magazine

Rate this article Article Abstract: CommonWealth magazine Heating oil v. natural gas: Round 2CommonWealth magazineANTHONY BUXTON AND BENJAMIN BOROWSKI’S opinion piece in Commonwealth argues that the region needs more natural gas pipelines because so many residential heating customers in New England use oil for heat, which is much more expensive … from natural gas – Google…