Oil and gas news briefs July 24, 2014 Published: July 24, 2014 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Oil and gas news briefs July 24, 2014 European sanctions against Russia could delay pipeline, Yamal LNG Europe could rely on spare LNG capacity if Russia cuts gas supplies Coal-seam gas proves a costly bet in Australia Tokyo Gas signs up for LNG pegged to U.S. prices Equity participation in LNG projects important to Japanese buyers Japanese banks help finance Cameron LNG in Louisiana Sierra Club asks FERC to reconsider Louisiana LNG project approval Maryland board approves wetlands license for LNG project B.C. offers cash to buy First Nations’ support for gas pipelines B.C. premier defends her position on LNG plant emissions B.C. report says Kitimat airshed can handle multiple LNG plants Biologist campaigns against LNG project near Prince Rupert, B.C. Australia’s Woodside applies for LNG exports in British Columbia Delays hamper Nigeria’s ambitions to expand LNG capacity Forced pooling of leases at issue in Pennsylvania North Carolina may not have enough shale gas to make it worthwhile Bakken oil has been a ‘game changer’ for North Dakota Oil an issue in North Dakota agriculture commissioner election New safety rules proposed for moving oil by rail Read more > Recent OFC News Alaska project files to export LNG Tall stack of authorizations await Alaska LNG project LNG carriers called ‘floating pipelines’ Alaska’s frigid climate could give state an edge in LNG market Petronas CEO warns B.C. against 'unrealistic expectations' Quick Links Arcticgas.gov White Papers Permitting Glossary Frequently Asked Questions About the OFC Contact Us Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects 1001 G Street NW Suite 800 Washington, DC 20001 Copyright © 2014 Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, All rights reserved.