Oil and gas news briefs September 16, 2013 Published: September 16, 2013 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Too steep of a price drop could jeopardize LNG supply Latest U.S. LNG export approval prompts calls for re-evaluation U.S. exports could total more than 6 bcf/d under approved projects B.C. government wants LNG tax revenues to reduce provincial debt B.C. First Nations could hold key to LNG and pipeline projects B.C. premier calls labor leaders together to talk about LNG jobs Some residents complain about gas pipeline survey work in B.C. Alberta to look at building demand — and price — for natural gas First LNG refueling station west of Calgary could open next year Hawaii state official says LNG is a transitional fuel to renewables N.D. regulators still working on new rules to reduce gas flaring Poland to start taking Qatari LNG in 2015, but at very high prices French company says Australia floating LNG project delayed a year BG Group moves Australia LNG expansion down its investment list Yamal LNG considering European ports to transfer cargoes Japanese shipbuilders to bid on LNG tankers for U.S. trade Japanese shipbuilder will construct LNG tankers in China Maine governor supports TransCanada’s west-to-east oil pipeline Barclays forecasts oil at $100 to $120 through 2014 Read more > Recent OFC News Buyers and sellers debate LNG pricing change at Tokyo conference Glossary of natural gas industry terms China and India hope higher prices will spur gas production Alaska LNG could have right heat content for Asia buyers Buried Alaska gas line could face powerful bending forces 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.