Oil and gas news briefs October 31, 2013 Published: October 31, 2013 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Russian government committee approves change in LNG export law Osaka Gas may boost LNG imports from Russia GAIL (India) plans to charter LNG tankers for U.S. trade Department reassures senators on LNG export license revocation Gas shortages hinder China’s efforts to move away from coal Canadian, Japanese partnership applies for B.C. LNG export license B.C. think tank warns against unrealistic expectations of LNG wealth Report recommends ‘managing expectations’ for B.C. LNG First Nations band wants share of LNG’s economic benefits Gas flaring in Alberta up 26 percent last year to nearly 35 bcf Qatargas CEO says U.S. LNG unlikely to affect Asian prices much Australia top LNG supplier to Japan last year Conoco a partner in Australia LNG plant set for 2015 startup Queensland coal-seam gas project will treat produced water LNG sales strong at Singapore’s new import terminal Cyprus needs Israeli gas to feed proposed LNG export plant Partnership selects Jacksonville, Fla., as site for LNG fueling depot Standing room only at N.Y. hearing on LNG fueling station rules Read more > Recent OFC News Small-scale LNG makes in-roads in Canada’s far north 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 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 © 2013 Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, All rights reserved.