New US LNG export approval rules - who benefits?

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Report summary

On 29 May 2014, the US Department of Energy (DOE) issued a proposal to change the approval process for LNG export licences.  For the last two years, the DOE has been granting non-FTA export licences conditional on successfully completing the review required by environmental laws and regulations.  Now, the DOE is seeking to review licences only after they have successfully completed the FERC-administered review. 

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  • Background
  • From DOE Queue to FERC Queue?
  • Which projects potentially benefit?
  • And which projects does Wood Mackenzie expect to proceed?

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  • DOE Queue - order of DOE non-FTA export approvals (existing practice)
  • FERC Queue - order of export approvals by earliest possible FERC authorisation date

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