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U.S. Coast Guard Determines Waterways "Suitable" for Eight LNG Projects

The U.S. Coast Guard announced this morning that it has determined the waterways associated with eight LNG import terminals are suitable for the vessel traffic expected to service those facilities. The relevant terminals are: Calhoun LNG, Point Comfort,
April 9, 2009

The U.S. Coast Guard announced this morning that it has determined the waterways associated with eight LNG import terminals are suitable for the vessel traffic expected to service those facilities. The relevant terminals are:

  • Calhoun LNG, Point Comfort, Texas;
  • Freeport LNG Phase II, Freeport, Texas;
  • Golden Pass LNG, Sabine Pass, Texas;
  • Port Arthur LNG, Port Arthur, Texas;
  • Creole Trail LNG, Cameron, La.;
  • Sabine Pass LNG Phase II, Cameron Parish, La.;
  • Casotte Landing LNG, Pascagoula, Miss.; and
  • Gulf LNG Clean Energy, Pascagoula, Miss.

The news release [courtesy of LNGLawBlog] provides additional details.

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