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FERC Seeks Additional Data From Sound Energy Solutions

FERC yesterday requested new analysis of exclusion zones using local meteorological data and has asked for details regarding gas quality as well as extensive vessel transit planning from Sound Energy Solutions, the company behind the LNG terminal propose
February 1, 2006

FERC yesterday requested new analysis of exclusion zones using local meteorological data and has asked for details regarding gas quality as well as extensive vessel transit planning from Sound Energy Solutions, the company behind the LNG terminal proposed for Long Beach, Calif. The agency also wants SES to elaborate on the advantages of importing LNG from foreign countries and provide evidence supporting claims that introducing large volumes of gas would reduce price volatility and assuage gas supply concerns. FERC’s data request can be found at the e-Library in Docket No. CP04-58.

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