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USA: Golden Pass LNG Plans Re-Exports

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The U.S. Golden Pass LNG Terminal (GPLNG) said Wednesday it will seek the necessary authorizations from the U.S. Department of Energy to re-export LNG that has previously been imported into the United States and stored at the terminal.

GPLNG intends to receive foreign-sourced LNG at its terminal facility, store such volumes of LNG temporarily at its terminal, and then send it out of the terminal for export to foreign markets.

The Golden Pass LNG Terminal said in a statement to DOE that the original design of the terminal incorporated the ability for the terminal to load onto ships LNG stored at the terminal.

Therefore, no new facilities and no modifications of existing facilities will be required in order to provide re-export service.

GPLNG will, however, need to modify its existing operating procedures to address the proposed re-export activities, it said in a statement.

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USA: Sabine Pass Re-Exports LNG Cargo

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The U.S. Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas terminal re-exported a LNG cargo Sunday, according to shipping data.

The cargo is being hauled by Seri Balquis, a 157,610 cubic-meter tanker, and is heading to Asia.

According to shipping data, the cargo is due to arrive at Port Said in Egypt on Jan. 23.

The Sabine Pass LNG terminal, operated by Cheniere Energy, is located on 853 acres of land along the Sabine Pass River on the border between Texas and Louisiana, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.

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USA: Freeport Re-Exports LNG Cargo

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The U.S. Freeport liquefied natural gas terminal in Texas re-exported a LNG cargo yesterday, according to shipping data.

The cargo is being hauled by Neva River, a 147,608 cubic-meter tanker.

The Freeport LNG import terminal commenced commercial operations in June 2008 with capacity to unload and vaporize approximately 2.0 Bcf/d (gas equivalent) of LNG.

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