LNG project gets the go ahead


Höegh LNG is to go ahead with its Port Meridian Deepwater Port project in the UK, after being granted final approvals.

Höegh LNG is a fully integrated ship-owning company offering long-term floating production, transportation, re-gasification and terminal solutions for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).

After Barrow Borrow Council consented to the development of the Höegh’s LNG pipeline route, onshore facilities and access, the company had only to obtain approval for the offshore part of its project from the Department of Energy & Climate Change (Offshore Environment and Decommissioning, OED), before going ahead with its plans.

According to Your Project News, on June 15th the Department of Energy & Climate Change confirmed that a favourable Environmental Impact Assessment approval decision had been given, meaning Höegh could begin proceedings.

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