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US LNG Export Approval Process and Project Implications

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In Q3 2011 the US Department of Energy (DOE) pressed the pause button on processing of LNG export licence applications to countries with which the US does not have a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and undertook two studies to examine the potential implications of future LNG exports from the US. This triggered numerous public statements and lobbying by politicians/interest groups plus speculation by industry players on how the DOE might handle the applications piling up on its desk.

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  • Figure 1: Export Licence Applications, FERC Status and DOE Processing Order

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  • Table 1: US LNG Export Project Progress
  • Table 2: US LNG Export FID Competition

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