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Natural Gas: Federal Approval Process for Liquified Natural Gas Exports
Frank Rusco (au)
Technological advances in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have resulted in a dramatic increase in the amount of natural gas that can be produced domestically. The Dept. of Energy (DOE) is responsible for reviewing applications to export liquified natural gas (LNG) -- natural gas cooled to a liquid state for transport -- and, under the Natural Gas Act, must approve an application unless it finds that approval is not consistent with the public interest. Since 2010, DOE has received 35 applications to export LNG that must address the public interest question. In addition, under the Nat. Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Fed. Energy Regulatory Comm. (FERC) is required to assess how LNG export facilities may affect the environment and is responsible for granting approval to build and operate export facilities. Since 2010, FERC has received 17 applications to construct export facilities. This report describes (1) the status of applications to export LNG and DOE's process to review them; and (2) the status of applications to build LNG export facilities and FERC's process to review them. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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