Petrochemical Expansion in Europe Means More Fracking in the United States
See what this means for the local population: https://verse.com/video/2520-pennsylvanias-pipeline-divide/
Am 22.06.2017 um 17:12 schrieb Alison Grass:
Ineos plan to increase capacity at Grangemouth site (Financial Times)
Petrochemical giant Ineos intends to increase the ethylene capacity of its cracker facilities at Grangemouth to over one million tonnes per year. Continue reading
FRACOPOLY BOOK LAUNCH – DUBLIN TUESDAY 13 JUNE
Fracking Free Ireland did visit the launch of the Fracopoly book in Enniskillen. It was nice to meet (again) campaigners from Food and Water Europe and got updated about the campaign in the US. (Love Leitrim and FFAN (Fermanagh fracking awareness network did give an overview of the campaign) Continue reading
The Netherlands is to expected receive a cargo from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass LNG export terminal in Louisiana, the first ever US LNG cargo produced from shale gas to reach the country.
The 140,000-cbm Arctic Discoverer is scheduled to arrive at the Dutch Gate terminal in the port of Rotterdam around June 7, according to shipping data.
The vessel loaded a cargo at Sabine Pass and left the liquefaction facility on Sunday, the data shows.
LNG World News contacted Gate to comment on the shipment. We will update the article once we receive a response.
Many predicted a “flood” of U.S. LNG to Europe but only a small number of these cargoes landed in Europe, better said in the southern part of the continent.
Only Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal and Turkey received Sabine Pass cargoes since February last year when the plant started shipping the fuel.
The bulk of these cargoes went to Latin America, Africa and Asia.
However, currently there are only three liquefaction trains in operation at the Sabine Pass facility and in the lower 48 states.
The U.S. is expected to become the world’s third-largest LNG supplier by 2020 with an export capacity of 60 million mt coming from five terminals located along the Gulf Coast.