July 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: First East Coast US LNG facility in 30 years receives cargo

In mid-May, a state-of-the-art vessel arrived at the new Northeast Gateway Deepwater LNG port, officially beginning the facility's commercial operations. Operating approximately 18 mi east of Boston i..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In mid-May, a state-of-the-art vessel arrived at the new Northeast Gateway Deepwater LNG port, officially beginning the facility's commercial operations. Operating approximately 18 mi east of Boston in Massachusetts Bay, the ship off-loaded its cargo of natural gas into the existing HubLine natural gas pipeline system operated by Spectra Energy.   Spectra Energy teamed with a partner to extend a 16-mi, 24-in. pipeline lateral from the HubLine to the deepwater port. Regional energy studies have predicted that New England's demand for natural gas will increase considerably in coming years. "The Northeast Gateway project brings an important new natural gas supply to the heart of t

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