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  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Existing

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Everett

    Cove Point

    Lake Charles Elba Island

    Gulf Gateway (*Decommissioning)

    Altamira

    Existing Terminals U.S.

    Existing Terminals non U.S.

    Northeast Gateway

    Freeport LNG

    Sabine Pass Energia Costa Azul

    Cameron

    Canaport

    Neptune LNG

    Golden Pass

    Gulf LNG Energy

    Manzanillo

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    The next series of slides shows the rapid increase in interest in developing U.S. LNG import terminals.

    The five terminals on this slide represent existing U.S. import terminals.

  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Approved, Under Construction*

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Approved Terminals, Under Construction non U.S.

    Approved Terminals, Under Construction U.S.

    *FE-30 defines under construction as having undergone continuous construction activities beyond initial site preparation

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    This slide indicates those proposed import terminal projects that have already completed the regulatory review processes of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and have received government approval to be built.Sabine Pass received its commissioning cargo on April 12th. Commercial Operations expected by June 30th.Freeport LNG received its commissioning cargo on April 15th.Excelerate Energy said Wednesday it delayed for "scheduling reasons" the first liquefied natural gas delivery into the new Northeast Gateway LNG site off the coast of Massachusetts until sometime in May

  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Approved, Not Under Construction

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Approved Terminals, Not Under Construction non U.S.

    Approved Terminals, Not Under Construction U.S.

    Sparrows Point

    Port Dolphin

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    This slide indicates those proposed import terminal projects that have already completed the regulatory review processes of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and have received government approval to be built.Broadwater recent developmentsSen. Ron Wyden introduced legislation April 7th that, if enacted, would give states the primary role in siting LNG terminals and related projects.Joining Wyden as co-sponsors for the bill were Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y.; Joe Lieberman, I-Conn.; Chris Dodd, D-Conn.; and Barack Obama, D-Ill.The stand-alone legislation, S.B. 2822, would repeal sections of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which gave the siting role to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission While the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the project in March, operator Broadwater Energy LLC still needed a permit from the New York Department of State to determine the project's consistency with the New York Coastal Management Plan under the applicable provisions of the Coastal Zone Management Act. The New York Department of State denied the permit, which was needed before installation activities began.New York Gov. David Paterson joins Connecticut Gov. Jodi Rell and other elected officials in Connecticut and New York in opposing the project, who say the terminal could pose an environmental risk to the Sound's ecosystem and claim it poses a potential target for terrorist attack.

  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Proposed (Under Regulatory Review*)

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Proposed Terminals U.S. (FERC)

    Proposed Terminals U.S. (Coast Guard)

    Down East LNG

    Proposed Terminals non U.S.

    *FERC has regulatory authority over proposed onshore and nearshore (State waters only) terminals. MARAD and Coast Guard have regulatory authority over proposed offshore terminals

    Oregon LNG

    Corpus Christi LNG

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    In this slide, we see the proposed import terminal projects in the U.S. that have commenced but not completed the regulatory review process.

    The number of existing, approved, and proposed terminals shown on these three slides is 41.

    In addition to these three categories, there are also multiple projects that have been publicly announced by the project sponsors which have not commenced the regulatory review process yet.

  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Approved, Expansion

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Cameron

    Freeport LNG

    Energia Costa Azul

    Approved Expansions non U.S.

    Approved Expansions U.S.

    Elba Island

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    This slide indicates those proposed import terminal projects that have already completed the regulatory review processes of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and have received government approval to be built.

  • North America LNG Import Terminals Status: Withdrawn/Suspended/Disapproved*

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Bear Head

    Mar Adentro LNG

    Withdrawn/Suspended/Disapproved Terminals non U.S.

    Withdrawn/Suspended/Disapproved Terminals - U.S.

    Compass Port

    Beacon Port

    Cabrillo Port Sound Energy Solutions

    Gulf Landing

    Vista del Sol

    Weavers Cove

    Port Pelican

    Withdrawn by sponsors before approval Suspended by sponsors after regulatory decision has been made Disapproved by a regulatory agency

    Cacouna Energy Project

    Calypso LNG

    OceanWay Casotte Landing

    Safe Harbor Energy

    Bradwood Landing LNG

    Clearwater Port

    Pearl Crossing

    Maple LNG

    Quoddy LNG Calais LNG

    Keyspan

    Creole Trail Port Arthur

    Ingleside Energy Center

    Crown Landing

    Broadwater

    Main Pass

    Bienville Offshore Energy Terminal

    Liberty Natural Gas Project

    Rabaska LNG

    Jordan Cove

    Kitimat

    Terminal GNL de Sonora

    Calhoun LNG

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    This slide indicates those proposed import terminal projects that have already completed the regulatory review processes of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and have received government approval to be built.

  • U.S. LNG Export and Re-Export Terminals*

    Source: Various Public Sources

    Kenai, Alaska

    Lake Charles

    Freeport

    Sabine Pass

    Cameron

    Jordan Cove

    Cove Point

    Corpus Christi

    *Existing, Approved or Proposed [FERC has regulatory authority over proposed onshore and nearshore (State waters only) terminals. MARAD and Coast Guard have regulatory authority over proposed offshore terminals.]

    Oregon LNG

    Excelerate

    Gulf LNG

    Southern LNG

    PresenterPresentation Notes

    The next series of slides shows the rapid increase in interest in developing U.S. LNG import terminals.

    The five terminals on this slide represent existing U.S. import terminals.

  • Existing LNG Export Terminal Kenai, Alaska

    Proposed Export Terminal Freeport LNG Existing facility for Imports of LNG/Exports of Previously Imported LNG Received DOE approval for exports of:

    Previously Imported LNG Domestic LNG to FTA nations

    Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Formal Application filed with FERC on August 31, 2012

    Approved Export Terminal Sabine Pass LNG Existing facility for Imports of LNG/Exports of Previously Imported LNG Under Construction for Exports of Domestic LNG (Facility received FERC approval on April 16, 2012) DOE approval for exports of:

    Previously Imported LNG Domestic LNG to FTA nations Domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations

    Proposed Export Terminal Cameron LNG Existing for Imports of LNG/Exports of Previously Imported LNG DOE approval for exports of:

    Previously Imported LNG Domestic LNG to FTA nations

    Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Formal Application filed with FERC on December 7, 2012

    Proposed Export Terminal Lake Charles LNG Existing facility for Imports of LNG DOE approval for exports of:

    Domestic LNG to FTA nations Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Under FERC Pre-filing NEPA review

    Proposed Export Terminal Dominion Cove Point LNG Existing facility for Imports of LNG Received DOE approval for exports of:

    Previously Imported LNG Domestic LNG to FTA nations

    Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Under FERC Pre-filing NEPA review

    Proposed Export Terminal Jordan Cove LNG DOE approval for exports of:

    Domestic LNG to FTA nations Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Under FERC Pre-filing NEPA review Previously approved by FERC as LNG import terminal; vacated by FERC on April 16, 2012

    Proposed Export Terminal Corpus Christi LNG Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to FTA and Non-FTA nations Application filed with FERC on August 31, 2012, for construction of LNG import/export terminal Proposed Export Terminal Oregon LNG DOE approval for exports of:

    Domestic LNG to FTA nations Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Under FERC Pre-filing NEPA review for proposed bi-directional import/export terminal

    Proposed Export Terminal Excelerate DOE approval for exports of:

    Domestic LNG to FTA nations Under DOE review for exports of domestic LNG to Non-FTA nations Under FERC Pre-filing NEPA review

  • Proposed Expo

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