first_imgCameron LNG said it will hold two open house meetings to provide information to the community about the plans to further expand the liquefaction facility currently under construction at the site of the Cameron LNG terminal near Hackberry.The open house meetings will be held Thursday, May 14, 2015 at the Holiday Inn located on 330 Arena Road, in Sulphur, the company said in a statement.The public will have the opportunity to speak to Cameron LNG representatives who will be available to provide more information about the expansion project, its benefits and the permitting process. Representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will also be present to answer questions.Cameron LNG has proposed adding two additional liquefaction trains and one additional full containment LNG storage tank to the current liquefaction project which is under construction. The new trains will be located on land within the existing Cameron LNG site.[mappress mapid=”16820″]Image: Cameron LNGlast_img read more

first_imgFormer Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo appears before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, January 15, 2019. Peter Dejong/Pool via AP Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo appears before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, January 15, 2019. Peter Dejong/Pool via APIvory Coast’s top court on Monday cleared the path for President Alassane Ouattara to seek a contentious third term, as protests turned violent in several cities and fears grew of a repeat of the conflict that claimed 3,000 lives in the West African country a decade ago.The constitutional council also barred former president Laurent Gbagbo and former rebel leader turned prime minister Guillaume Soro from standing in next month’s presidential election.It cleared only four of the 44 candidates for the October 31 presidential election.The other candidates cleared were former President Henri Konan Bédié from the historically dominant PDCI party, Gbagbo’s former prime minister Pascal Affi N’Guessan, and Kouadio Konan Bertin, a dissident from Bédié’s party.Gbagbo’s refusal to concede defeat to Ouattara after the 2010 election sparked the bloody conflict in the former French colony, formerly a beacon of stability and prosperity in the region.Around 15 people have died in violence since Ouattara, 78, announced last month that he would run for a third term.Although the constitution limits presidents to two terms, Ouattara and his supporters argue that a 2016 constitutional tweak reset the clock.The president had previously committed to not running again, but he changed his mind after the sudden death of his anointed successor, prime minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly, from a heart attack in July.Related President Kabila promises peaceful elections Cote d’Ivoire rejects election bids of ex-president Gbagbo, ex-rebel leader Sorocenter_img Ex-Chadian president forcefully arraigned in Senegalese courtlast_img read more