STROM responds to FGS (BP) Motion to Intervene… No thanks

STROM tells the FERC and FGS what they think of FGS motion: “FGS and its partners” (British Petroleum, BP) “are very large corporation with unlimited resources which continuously present obstacles to small MicroLNG systems such as their filing in CP14-114 (Emera). Although the commission customarily grants motion to intervene, the commission has noted in previous rulings that motions…

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Pivotal LNG Energy (subsidiary of AGL) filed motion to intervene in Strom’s FERC filing

Pivotal LNG Energy (subsidiary of AGL) filed motion to intervene in Strom’s FERC filing. They believe that as the owner of an LNG liquefaction facility, Pivotal has a direct interest in the outcome of this proceeding and such interest cannot be adequately represented or protected by any other party hereto. In these circumstances, Pivotal submits…

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STROM Petitions FERC for Declaratory Order of Exemption to Export

Strom filed motion for declaratory order with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking to liquefy natural gas using existing portable liquefaction systems. STROM believes that due to its limted size, limited environmental footprint and fact that planned liquefaction equipment is not a permanent fiqture that the FERC should not require STROM to Pre-File nor be…

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