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DOE expected to act on LNG exports in 1Q 2013 *

- February 1 2013
On January 24, 2013, the initial public comment period ended for the report on LNG exports released last month by the DOE (LNG Export Study)…

Co-authors: Hiromitsu Kato, Anne K.T. Hung.


DOE report paves the way for LNG exports from the U.S. *

- December 13 2012
On December 5, 2012, the DOE released the report of a study which found “net economic benefits” from allowing LNG exports.

Co-authors: Hiromitsu Kato, Anne K.T. Hung.


Impact of U.S. shale gas on existing LNG SPAs *

- November 7 2012
The main issue exercising the minds of Asia's LNG sellers and buyers is what will happen to their current LNG sale and purchase agreements (SPAs), which are priced based upon the Japan Crude Cocktail (JCC), as cheaper (Henry Hub-linked) shale gas imports start to flow into the region from North America.

Co-authors: Hiromitsu Kato, Paul A. Davis, Anne K.T. Hung.


U.S. LNG terminal to be fed by Canadian shale gas applies for export approval *

- August 10 2012
On July 16, 2012, Oregon LNG filed an application with the Department of Energy (DOE) for authorization to export LNG to countries which do not have free trade agreements (FTAs) with the U.S., including Japan.

Co-authors: Hiromitsu Kato, Anne K.T. Hung.


U.S. government expected to approve expanded LNG exports to Japan *

- July 18 2012
For more than 40 years only one U.S. terminal exported LNG to Japan.

Co-authors: Hiromitsu Kato, Anne K.T. Hung.