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Ineos adds two more 'Dragon' ships for US ethane export

Chemicals company Ineos has ordered another two state-of-the-art vessels to transport U.S. shale gas ethane to its facilities in Scotland and Norway.
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Plans for Nova Scotia LNG export facility expanded

Australian-listed Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (LNG Ltd) is planning to double the production capacity of its LNG export project on the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Oregon LNG granted approval for global exports

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) authorized the company to export up to 1.25 billion cubic feet per day of LNG to countries that do not have a free trade agreement with the United States.
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US gas exports to Mexico on the rise, further growth expected

New research from Barclays reveals that gas exports to Mexico have doubled over the past three years.
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US consumers oppose natural gas exports, poll finds

According to a new poll conducted by the University of Texas, 39 percent of Americans believe the U.S. should not export the natural gas it produces domestically.
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Japan, India invest in US liquefied natural gas

Richmond, Va.-based Dominion Energy has signed two 20-year terminal service agreements with Japanese and Indian companies to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its proposed Dominion Cove Point liquefaction project in Maryland.
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Kinder Morgan Energy Partners to make significant investment in chemical industry

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners on April 1 announced that it will invest approximately $58 million to expand its chemical storage capacity.
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Shell and Kinder Morgan announce plans to export LNG from the US

Shell US Gas & Power and Southern Liquefaction Co., a Kinder Morgan company, are forming a limited liability company to develop a natural gas liquefaction plant at an existing Elba Island LNG Terminal, near Savannah, Ga.
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Dow Chemical leaves industry group amid natural gas export row

The debate on whether the United States should provide part of its plentiful supplies of natural gas as exports to other countries has stirred the opinions of industry groups, manufacturers and traders in recent weeks.
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