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FERC issues environmental schedules for 12 LNG terminal applications

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Office of Energy Projects has issued environmental schedules for 12 liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal applications pending before the Commission.

The schedules reflect the FERC’s efforts in recent months to streamline its review process for LNG project applications.

FERC Chairman, Kevin J. McIntyre said: "There is widespread acknowledgement that the US is poised to play an important role in serving worldwide LNG demand, and its ability to serve that demand quickly will serve the nation’s national security and economic interests. Because sufficient LNG export capacity is a necessary gateway to the global gas markets, the FERC’s efficient processing of LNG facility applications will put the US in a more competitive position.”

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