Coast Guard oversees first foreign vessel to bunker LNG as fuel in the U.S.

Coast Guard oversees first foreign vessel to bunker LNG as fuel in the U.S.
The Coast Guard completed oversight of the first foreign vessel to bunker Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as fuel in Jacksonville, Florida, Sep. 8,2020.  (U.S. Coast Guard Photo) JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— The Coast Guard completed oversight of the first foreign vessel to bunker Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as fuel in Jacksonville, Tuesday. The Swedish tankship, Fure Ven, moored alongside Talleyrand Marine...

House Coast Guard Reauthorization Bill May Limit New LNG Terminals in the U.S.

WASHINGTON,- The Abraham Energy Report’s new edition released today to subscribers includes an article highlighting a little-known provision in the $10 billion Coast Guard Reauthorization bill passed on Sept. 24 by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee which could place additional limits on construction of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in the United States.

Work group meetings commence to discuss LNG proposal

WOODS HOLE, Mass., – Coast Guard representatives Tuesday in Fall River, Mass., hosted the first of two navigation safety-focused work group meetings with partner agencies and local navigational experts to review and validate the waterway suitability assessment submitted in January by Weaver’s Cove Energy, LLC.