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Monday, January 22, 2018

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Excelerate, Exmar, Armada & MEBA Reach LNG Crewing Pact

Companies, LLC to supply U.S. natural gas (LNG) tankers. onboard Exmar's LNG vessels. into Exmar's fleet. deepwater port. second operating LNG deepwater port globally. the coast of Louisiana.

MEBA & Armada Companies Form Offshore Terminal Lightering Partnership

The Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (M.E.B.A.) has signed an agreement with Armada Companies, LLC to provide Person-In-Charge (PIC) marine officers for liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater ports and other terminals worldwide. provide U.S.-citizen merchant officers supplied by M.E.B.A. Gloucester, Massachusetts. normally stationed aboard vessels during cargo operations. and security procedures. (EBRV), ports, pipeline operators and other downstream interests. managers. Under the terms of the agreement, M.E.B.A. operations. Gateway deepwater port. be the second operating LNG deepwater port globally. Gateway, is located approximately 100 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Gulf Gateway is also owned by Excelerate Energy.

Pearl Crossing LNG Terminal – License Application

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice stating that they have received an application for licensing of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port terminal from Pearl Crossing LNG Terminal LLC. The proposal calls for construction and operation of a LNG deepwater port in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 41 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Any public hearing must be held not later than March 18, 2005 and a decision on the application must be made within 90 days of the last public meeting. 69 Fed. Reg. 43618 Source: HK Law

LNG deepwater Port License Application – Compass Port LLC

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice stating that they received an application for licensing of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port. The deepwater port, to be called Compass Port LLC, would be located in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Alabama. Any public hearing on this proposal will be held not later than January 15, 2005 and a decision on the application will be made within 90 days of the last public hearing. 69 Fed. Reg. 29142 Source: HK Law

Calypso LNG DWP License Application

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) and the US Coast Guard issued a notice stating that they have received an application for licensing of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) from Calypso LNG LLC. The application calls for construction and operation of an LNG DWP in federal waters of the Atlantic Ocean approximately 9 miles off the coast of Florida northeast of Fort Lauderdale. 71 Fed. Reg. 65031 (HK LAW)

Neptune LNG LLC DWP – Environmental Statement

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a Notice stating that the draft environmental impact statement for the Neptune LNG LLC liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application is available for review. The application proposes construction of an LNG import facility in federal waters of Massachusetts Bay approximately 22 miles northeast of Boston. Public meetings will be held in Salem (June 21) and Gloucester (June 22). Written comments should be submitted by July 17. Source: HK Law

Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge LNG DWP

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice stating that the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge LLC liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application is available for review. The application proposes construction and operation of an LNG import facility in waters of Massachusetts Bay approximately 13 miles south-southeast of Gloucester. Public meetings will be held in Gloucester (June 14) and in Salem (June 15). Source: HK Law

MarAd Port Dolphin Energy LNG DWP License Application

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a notice stating that the US Coast Guard intends to prepare an environmental impact statement as part of the environmental review of the application submitted by Port Dolphin Energy LLC for a license to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP). If approved, the LNG DWP would be located in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico approximately 28 miles off the west coast of Florida. A meeting will be held in Palmetto, Florida on July 25 to receive public comment on this application. Source: HK Law

MarAd -LNG DWP license application

The Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a notice stating that an environmental impact statement will be prepared as part of the environmental review of the Calypso LNG DWP license application. The application is for construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) in the Atlantic Ocean approximately nine miles northeast of Port Everglades. A public meeting to receive comments on the project will be held in Fort Lauderdale on December 6. Written comments should be submitted by December 21. source: HK Law

Woodside LNG DWP License Application

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a notice stating that it has extended the scoping comment period regarding the Woodside liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application until October 31. The application proposes construction and operation of an LNG DWP in federal waters of the Pacific Ocean approximately 27 miles southwest of Los Angeles International Airport. 72 Fed. Reg. 58937. (HK Law)

Neptune LNG DWP License application – Environmental Analysis

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice of the intent to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) as part of the review of the proposal by Neptune LNG, LLC to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) off the coast of Massachusetts approximately 22 miles northeast of Boston. Public meetings will be held in Boston (November 2) and in Gloucester (November 3). Written comments must be submitted by November 18. 70 Fed. Reg. 61151

Coast Guard Prepares EIS on LNG Project

The U.S. Coast Guard is preparing an environmental impact statement (EIS) regarding the proposed Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge LNG deepwater port (DWP) project. Public meetings will be held in Boston (October 18) and Gloucester (October 19). Written comments should be submitted by October 31. 70 Fed. Reg. 58228 Source: HK Law

MarAd Issues Notice for Public Meetings on LNG DWP

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a notice stating that meetings to receive public comment on the planned Clearwater Port liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) will be conducted in Oxnard (October 3) and Santa Clarita (October 4). Written comments should be submitted by October 18. Source: HK Law

Gulf Landing LNG DWP – Enviro Statement

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice announcing availability of the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Gulf Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) to be located in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 38 miles south of Cameron, Louisiana. A public meeting will be held in Lafayette, Louisiana on July 15. Comments on the proposal should be submitted by August 9, 2004. 69 Fed. Reg. 35655 (HK Law)

MarAd Issues LNG DWP License Application

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) issued a notice stating that it and the US Coast Guard received an application from Port Dolphin Energy LLC for licensing of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) to be constructed and operated in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico approximately 28 miles southwest of Tampa Bay. 72 Fed. Reg. 34741 Source: HK Law

First Offshore LNG Deepwater Port Buoy Under Construction

ABS surveyors, onsite at Junoverken AB yard in Uddevalla, Sweden, monitor and inspect the fabrication of industry’s first offshore LNG deepwater port buoy, designed by Advanced Production and Loading AS of Norway (APL). The port buoy will be ABS-classed as an XA1 Single-Point Mooring (SPM). APL has contracted ABS to provide classification services for its Submerged Turret Loading (STLTM) system, a single-point mooring system (SPM) and an integral component of the industry’s first offshore LNG terminal, destined for the Gulf of Mexico, some 116 miles offshore Louisiana.

First Offshore LNG Deepwater Port Buoy Under Construction

ABS surveyors, onsite at Junoverken AB yard in Uddevalla, Sweden, monitor and inspect the fabrication of industry’s first offshore LNG deepwater port buoy, designed by Advanced Production and Loading AS of Norway (APL). The port buoy will be ABS-classed as an XA1 Single-Point Mooring (SPM). APL has contracted ABS to provide classification services for its Submerged Turret Loading (STLTM) system, a single-point mooring system (SPM) and an integral component of the industry’s first offshore LNG terminal, destined for the Gulf of Mexico, some 116 miles offshore Louisiana.

Governor Schwarzenegger Disapproves BHP Deepwater Port License

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger issued his formal disapproval to United States Maritime Administrator Sean T. Connaughton for the licensing of the BHP “Cabrillo Port” LNG deepwater port planned for construction off the coast of Ventura County, California. The Governor did however make it clear that he supports the state’s need for an increased LNG supply. While I believe strongly that California needs to expand its access to natural gas resources, specifically Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), I am disapproving this application based on my review of the Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) that are required by state and federal law, respectively.

FERC Conducting Scoping Port Dolphin Energy

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) said that it is conducting limited scoping regarding the onshore portion of the proposed Port Dolphin Energy LLC liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) to be located in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico southwest of Tampa Bay. Comments regarding environmental aspects of the onshore portion of this proposed project should be submitted by March 5. Source: HK Law

MarAd Issues Info. on Northeast Gateway Energy Bridge

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) released material supplementing the final environmental impact statement for the Northeast Gateway liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) license application. Comments on the new material should be submitted by December 26. Source: HK Law

Man-Made Island Proposed for LNG Terminal

Atlantic Sea Island Group, announced that they have received notification from the United States Coast Guard that their application to create an LNG deepwater terminal on a 60.5 acres constructed island 13.5 approximate miles south of Long Beach, Long Island, has been deemed "complete" and allows the regulatory, oversight and review process to continue pursuant to federal regulations. Far from population centers and outside of vital shipping lanes, Safe Harbor Energy will have the capacity to deliver 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas each day to 65 million consumers, ending the area's dependence on natural gas shipped up from the Gulf Coast some 1,200 miles away.

Port Pelican LNG DWP License Relinquished

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a notice stating that the applicant for the Port Pelican liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater port (DWP) relinquished its license effective October 28. 74 Fed. Reg. 65205 (December 9, 2009). (Source: Bryant’s Maritime News)

Boston Safety Zones Proposed for LNG DWPs

The U.S. Coast Guard proposed to establish new and modify existing regulated navigation areas (RNAs) and safety/security zones off the coast of Massachusetts in the vicinity of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) deepwater ports (DWPs) in the Boston Captain of the Port (COTP) Zone. Comments on this proposal should be submitted by June 1. 75 Fed. Reg. 16370 (April 1, 2010). (Source: Bryant’s Maritime News)

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