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FERC - Page on LNG and sources


This is a link to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions' page on LNG  which contains a broad overview and links to various maps and other resources.

From the Page: 

There are more than 110 LNG facilities operating in the U.S. performing a variety of services. Some facilities export natural gas from the U.S., some provide natural gas supply to the interstate pipeline system or local distribution companies, while others are used to store natural gas for periods of peak demand. There are also facilities which produce LNG for vehicle fuel or for industrial use. Depending on location and use, an LNG facility may be regulated by several federal agencies and by state utility regulatory agencies.

The FERC is responsible for authorizing the siting and construction of onshore and near-shore LNG import or export facilities under Section 3 of the Natural Gas Act. The Commission, under Section 7 of the Natural Gas Act, also issues certificates of public convenience and necessity for LNG facilities engaged in interstate natural gas transportation by pipeline. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the FERC prepares environmental assessments or impact statements for proposed LNG facilities under its jurisdiction. Click the links below for maps showing proposed and potential LNG projects.

Maps linked to the page include approved and proposed LNG facilities, existing FERC covered LNG facilities, and an interactive map showing energy projects in your area.