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Other LNG Representative Matters

Broadwater LNG and Broadwater Pipeline

Firm professionals advised the clients in connection with contested FERC applications and approvals of the LNG terminal and associated pipeline projects located in Long Island Sound.

Canaport LNG (Canada)

Van Ness Feldman provided due diligence review of the commercial agreements and the status of regulatory approvals for the lender to the proposed LNG regasification terminal project.

Calypso U.S. Pipeline Project

Firm professionals advised the client in connection with FERC approvals for the project, a pipeline proposed to originate at an offshore LNG facility and terminate in Florida, including cost of service, rate design and tariff revisions.

The Hackberry Policy

The firm successfully prosecuted the first application for a new onshore LNG terminal to be approved by FERC in the last 30 years, ultimately obtaining an order announcing a new regulatory policy designed to remove economic and regulatory barriers to the development of new terminals and to facilitate U.S. imports of LNG to meet demand.

Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline

Van Ness Feldman provided comprehensive federal regulatory representation, including FERC regulation, environmental compliance and strategic counseling for the development, construction and operation of a large diameter transportation header system to transport re-gasified LNG away from a Gulf Coast LNG terminal.

MC Global

Van Ness Feldman reviewed LNG supply, terminal use, and downstream transportation and gas sales agreements on behalf of an LNG importer and capacity holder at a U.S. LNG terminal, and continues to advise the client on legal issues related to terminal use and downstream marketing of the gas.

Occidental Energy

Firm professionals counseled Occidental Energy in its development of an LNG terminal and associated natural gas pipeline, including securing its FERC authorizations, conducting its open season, drafting its tariff, and advising on various FERC compliance matters and supply arrangements.

Proposed New England LNG Import Terminal

Van Ness Feldman provided due diligence review of the commercial, regulatory and technical details of a proposed terminal for a potential lender, including an assessment of LNG supply.

Sempra Energy

Firm professionals counseled Sempra Energy in connection with its contested FERC applications to modify its Cameron LNG terminal in Hackberry, Louisiana.


The firm represents UGI LNG, Inc. in the expansion of its LNG storage facility in Berks County, Pennsylvania. The expansion will quadruple the existing capacity from 250 MMcf to 1.25 Bcf.

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