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Regulatory Documents

To obtain approval for constructing the Magnolia LNG Project, the detailed project plan must be filed with the FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission).  FERC is the lead federal agency in the preparation of the required Environmental Impact Statement for each LNG project and related gas pipelines. The FERC review process is to ensure approved LNG projects, and associated gas pipelines and LNG ship traffic, meet all safety and environmental requirements during construction and operation.
 
The FERC pre-filing process is an interactive program, over a minimum period of 6 months, and includes FERC, other federal agencies, other stakeholders, community groups and the LNG project owner.  It is a critical step in the development of the Magnolia LNG Project.
 
The FERC approval process is very public, with full transparency. Stakeholders will be able to monitor progress on the LNG LTD web site www.lnglimited.com.au.
 
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