Jordan Cove LNG, a natural gas export facility proposed on the Oregon coast, has signed a 20-year sales agreement with world’s largest liquefied natural gas buyer.
The deal appears to put the project, which could take gas from the B.C. Montney formation, back on track after running into a roadblock with U.S. regulators.
JERA Co. Inc, a joint venture of the Tokyo Electric Power Company and Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., signed on to buy 25 per cent of the project’s proposed 6 million tonnes per year output in a deal announced Tuesday.
The company is owned by Veresen Inc., a major midstream natural gas player with assets in the Dawson Creek area. [read full article]