Posts Tagged ‘liquid natural gas’

LNG facility hoping to begin exporting natural gas

by Associated Press Published: May 21,2013

Tags: demand, energy, export, exporter, exporting, gas, import, importer, importing, liquid natural gas, natural gas, supply

PASCAGOULA — Big changes may be coming for Gulf LNG, the liquefied natural gas terminal that has two huge storage tanks on the horizon south of Pascagoula. The owners want to begin exporting natural gas. It would be quite the turnaround for the $1.1-billion terminal built more than two years ago to import the super-chilled […] [...]

First LNG tanker to arrive at new terminal tomorrow

by Associated Press Published: June 15,2011

Tags: energy, liquid natural gas, oil and gas, refineries

PASCAGOULA — The first tanker carrying liquefied natural gas is expected to arrive at a new terminal in Pascagoula tomorrow. The El Paso Corp. tells the Mississippi Press that $1.2-billion Gulf LNG facility is on track for an October opening. Houston, Texas-based El Paso Corp. owns 50 percent of in the terminal and which will […] [...]

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