Oil and gas news briefs June 19, 2014 Published: June 19, 2014 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Chubu Electric wants more flexibility in LNG contracts China to prepay $25 billion for Russian gas; Gazprom gives no details China signs with BP for 20-year LNG supply deal KOGAS building new LNG import and storage terminal Mitsui considers taking majority stakes in resource projects FERC commissioners busy with LNG export project decisions FERC issues final EIS for Freeport LNG in Texas Angola LNG a ‘disappointment’ to Total Canada approves oil sands pipeline; opponents vow to continue fight University study questions B.C. oversight of fracking wastewater Canada takes steps to engage First Nations in LNG development B.C. First Nation says province needs to address their concerns BLM unable to keep pace with well inspections North Dakota oil production tops 1 million barrels a day Utica Shale could produce 5 bcf a day by 2018, Wood Mackenzie says UPS adding 1,000 LNG-fueled trucks to its fleet this year Converting trucking fleets to natural gas isn’t an easy answer Coal’s share of global energy at highest level since 1970 U.S. oil demand in 2013 grew faster than China’s, BP says Read more > Recent OFC News Petronas CEO warns B.C. against 'unrealistic expectations' East Africa eyes the race for LNG exports Window open for LNG sales in 2020s, analysts say LNG carriers called ‘floating pipelines’ Alaska lawmakers approve LNG project legislation 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.