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North America LNG projects quarterly update: Q1 2016

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Large-scale west Canadian projects Pacific NorthWest and LNG Canada are moving closer to being FID-ready. LNG Canada secured additional permits in December – from the NEB for a 40-year 3.7 bcfd export licence, and from the BC Oil and Gas Commission to start construction of the LNG plant. Pacific NorthWest's CEAA-review also restarted following a six-month delay and the project could be authorised to proceed in April 2016. Lake Charles received FERC authorisation in December. The Energy Transfer/BG project is targeting FID in late 2016, having already obtained a non-FTA export permit. Shell will have both LNG Canada and Lake Charles to consider once the BG acquisition has completed. Shell also has 100% offtake from Kinder Morgan's Elba Island project. Construction of the moveable modular liquefaction system (MMLS) units for Elba Island has begun, and these units will be moved on-site once FERC authorization is received by May 2016.

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    North America LNG projects quarterly update: Q4 2015

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Table of contents

  • Recent developments
  • Canada LNG export applications

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This report includes 8 images and tables including:

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  • Project activity – Q4 2015
  • North America LNG projects quarterly update: Q1 2016: Image 2
  • Status of FERC applications
  • US LNG terminal locations
  • FERC Notice of Schedule
  • Timeline from FID to delivery (first LNG) by individual LNG train
  • West Canada NEB approvals
  • East Canada NEB approvals

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