Dominion Energy Buys 50% Stake in Jacksonville LNG

Last May MDN told you about JAX LNG in Jacksonville, Florida–a joint project between Pivotal LNG (a subsidiary of Southern Company Gas) and NorthStar Midstream (a pipeline company in the Bakken Shale), touted as the “first” small-scale LNG plant to be located along the shoreline, allowing it to fuel up LNG ships–ships that use LNG as fuel, instead of diesel–and also allowing the LNG to be loaded onto trucks and trains for transportation to power plants and industrial/commercial operators (see First US “Small-Scale” LNG Facility Launches in Jacksonville, FL). Last week Dominion Energy bought Pivotal from Southern, and along with it Pivotal’s 50% stake in JAX LNG (and 100% ownership of another LNG facility in Alabama). Yes, there is potentially a tie-in with the Marcellus/Utica.

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