Oil and gas news briefs October 10, 2013 Published: October 10, 2013 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Sakhalin wants to renegotiate 2005 contract for LNG sales to Korea Environmentalists expand suit against U.S. financing of Australia LNG Australia environmental group objects to additional LNG plant Oregon county commissioners reject proposed LNG terminal First Nations raise concerns over natural gas rush in Northeast B.C. Province to study air and water quality issues in Kitimat, B.C. B.C. likely to rely on gas-fueled electricity for LNG plants Smaller Australia projects may choose floating LNG B.C. government aims for ‘sweet spot’ on new LNG exports tax Shale gas prompts role reversal between Northeast, Southeast U.S. U.S. pipeline gas exports to Mexico could double in the next few years North Dakota roads suffer under weight of drilling activities Expanded Panama Canal will help U.S. LPG and LNG producers U.S. refiners selling more fuel overseas than ever before UPS to invest $50 million to build nine more LNG fueling stations Proposed Oregon LNG project has non-binding customer agreements Japanese ambassador addresses First Nations summit in B.C. Newest ice-class LNG tanker under charter to Gazprom South Korean shipyard builds LNG carrier on land for first time Read more > Recent OFC News Northern Sea Route beckons LNG shippers Sponsors pick Nikiski as lead site for Alaska LNG Japan reminds LNG suppliers coal is an option Buyers and sellers debate LNG pricing change at Tokyo conference Glossary of natural gas industry terms Quick Links Arcticgas.gov White Papers Permitting Glossary Frequently Asked Questions About the OFC Contact Us Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects 1101 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, 7th Floor Washington, DC 20004 Copyright © 2013 Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, All rights reserved.