FGS intervenes as likely customer of Sabal Trail

LNG “storage, vaporization and truck loading facility” FGS just spelled out that it wants gas from the end of this pipeline chain in Florida, in its motion to intervene on Sabal Trail’s FERC docket. Remember, FGS’ apparently PCB-contaminated site is on the same Warfield Blvd as FPL’s Martin County “Clean Energy Center” and as LNG-export-authorized FLiNG Energy’s storefront, with an FPL pipeline running right down that same road. And FLiNG says it is “located immediately adjacent to Floridian Natural Gas Storage”. Do you still claim, Sabal Trail, that your fracked methane isn’t for export?

This motion is even simpler than FGT’s motion to intervene. Remember: file before 24 December 2014.

Filed with FERC 9 December 2014 as Accession Number: 20141209-5082, “(doc-less) Motion to Intervene of Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company, LLC under CP15-17.”

Submission Description: (doc-less) Motion to Intervene of Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company, LLC under CP15-17-000.

Submission Date: 12/9/2014 11:36:07 AM

Filed Date: 12/9/2014 11:36:07 AM

CP15-17-000 Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC submits its Abbreviated Application for Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity and Related Authorizations for the Sabal Trail Project—Volumes I, III, and IV.

Filing Party/Contacts: Filing Party, Signer (Representative), Other Contact (Principal)
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company, LLC DarbyJ@dicksteinshapiro.com dsharp@floridiangasstorage.com

Basis for Intervening:

Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company, LLC (FGS), a Delaware limited liability company, has its principal place of business located at 1000 Louisiana Street, Suite 4300, Houston, TX 77002. FGS holds a certificate of public convenience and necessity under Section 7(c) of the Natural Gas Act issued in Docket No. 08 13 000 on August 29, 2008 and amended in Docket No. CP12 100 000 on August 31, 2012. That certificate authorizes FGS to construct and operate a new natural gas liquefaction, storage, vaporization and truck loading facility near Indiantown in Martin County, Florida. The application filed by Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC proposes new pipeline facilities that will interconnect with, and feed, the new pipeline facilities proposed by Florida Southeast Connection, LLC that will terminate near the site of the FGS facility in Indiantown, Florida. Because the proposed facilities that are the subject of this application thus create additional points of access to supply for customers of the FGS facility, FGS has an interest in this proceeding. FGS’s interest cannot be adequately represented by another party. Accordingly, FGS’s participation is in the public interest.


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