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Q3 2017 North America LNG projects update: KOGAS studies options for more US LNG

Q3 2017 North America LNG projects update: KOGAS studies options for more US LNG

Report summary

US LNG has been the focus of several new venture agreements during the last quarter. Golar agreed with Delfin Midstream to jointly develop the Delfin FLNG project, and KOGAS signed deals with the developers of Alaska, Lake Charles and Port Arthur. It also extended an earlier initiative with ExxonMobil to include US LNG.

Although the KOGAS project agreements are non-binding, they are notable in the context of South Korea's recent policy shift towards LNG and renewables in power generation. KOGAS is also one of several big LNG buyers that have long-term supply contracts rolling off in the mid 2020s. Changes at other North American pre-FID LNG projects in this update include:

  • Pacific NorthWest decides not to proceed 
  • Freeport LNG started the formal FERC review for a proposed fourth train
  • Jordan Cove concluded EPC terms
  • Next Decade announced an MoU for a full supply chain LNG project for the Irish gas market 

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  • Q3 17 North America LNG FID Tracker.xls XLS - 6.98 MB


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  • Recent developments
    • Pacific NorthWest LNG will not proceed
  • Corporate moves
    • KOGAS signed MOUs with multiple US developers – Lake Charles, Port Arthur and Alaska
      • Golar entered Delfin LNG joint venture
      • Tellurian agreed to buy Haynesville production and exploration acreage
    • Regulatory
      • Freeport LNG started the formal FERC review of a proposed fourth train
    • EPC contract
      • Jordan Cove selected joint venture of Kiewit, Black & Veatch, and JGC for EPC services
    • Marketing
      • Next Decade announced an MoU to supply the Port of Cork in Ireland up to 3 mmtpa from its Rio Grande LNG project
    • Project Timeline

In this report there are 5 tables or charts, including:

  • Recent developments
  • Corporate moves
    • Project Activity
    • Status of FERC applications
    • US LNG terminal locations
    • Status of Canada CEAA / BC EAO applications
    • Timeline from FID to delivery (first LNG) by individual LNG train
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