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Gulf LNG begins FERC application for expansion of terminal

PASCAGOULA — Gulf LNG Liquefaction Co. is compiling data to support an application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to add liquefaction and export capabilities to its $1 billion liquefied natural gas storage terminal in Pascagoula. The agency told Gulf LNG it could start the pre-application process. The project would require new or additional in-tank pumps, piping modifications, and valves ...

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Huntington Ingalls mulling redevelopment of shipyard

AVONDALE, La. — Shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries said it will look at redeveloping its Avondale, La., shipyard with a Texas-based pipeline company. After a six-month study, the companies could form a joint venture to redevelop the shipyard near New Orleans, which otherwise is expected lay off most of its 740 employees this summer. “The joint study will explore opportunities ranging ...

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LNG facility awaits federal approval for exporting

PASCAGOULA — Investors spent $1 billion building a facility in Pascagoula to import liquefied natural gas. But plans to bring natural gas into the United States collapsed when explorers began finding large quantities of natural gas in the United States. Now, Kinder Morgan, the pipeline company that operates the facility, is trying to get approval from the U.S. Department of ...

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Interstate pipeline complete, transporting fuel to eastern U.S.

COLLINS — Construction of the approximately 141-mile, 16-inch diameter Parkway Pipeline, a 50-50 joint venture between Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. and Valero Energy Corp, is complete and is now transporting refined petroleum products from refineries in Norco, La., to an existing petroleum transportation hub in Collins, owned by Plantation Pipe Line Company. From this hub the products will be ...

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Mississippi: natural gas mecca

Mississippi residential and industrial customers should expect low electricity prices from natural gas-fired generation for years to come. While prices nationwide are projected to be low and stable, Mississippians could likely see even better prices because of this state’s convenient geographical location over a pipeline hub. In addition to pipeline infrastructure, Mississippi has an abundance of underground salt dome storage ...

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