Everett LNG Facility

Constellation Energy
Constellation Increases Costs of Proposed Everett Agreements
Constellation is requesting an increase in the cost-of-operation charges in its proposed agreements with Massachusetts gas utilities to keep the Everett LNG import terminal operating through the winter of 2029/30.
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Mass. AGO, DOER Call for Climate Guardrails on Everett LNG Contracts
The Massachusetts AGO and DOER expressed concern about the climate effects of proposed utility supply contracts to keep the Everett LNG import facility operating until 2030. 
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Everett LNG Contracts Face Skepticism in DPU Proceedings
Proposed supply agreements between Constellation and Massachusetts gas utilities which would keep the Everett Marine Terminal operating through 2030 are facing pushback from environmental organizations and the Attorney General’s Office.
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Constellation Reaches Agreements to Keep Everett LNG Terminal Open
Eversource and National Grid have reached agreements with Constellation to keep the Everett Marine Terminal open for six more years, pending approval from the state.
ISO-NE
ISO-NE Says Region Has Enough Resources for Upcoming Winter
ISO-NE forecasts peak demand of 20,269 MW under average weather conditions, and a 21,032-MW peak under below-average temperatures.
Constellation Energy
FERC, NERC Leaders Voice Concern About Loss of Everett Marine Terminal
FERC Chair Willie Phillips and NERC CEO James Robb wrote in joint comments that they have "serious concerns" about Everett's retirement.
ISO-NE
ISO-NE Sees Little Shortfall Risk for 2032
ISO-NE anticipates little risk of energy shortfall in the summer of 2032.
ISO-NE
No Shortfall Anticipated for Summer of 2027, ISO-NE Says
The summer 2027 results from the ISO-NE and EPRI joint study on extreme weather impacts on grid reliability found no risk of energy shortfall with or without the Everett LNG import terminal.
FERC
NE Stakeholders Debate Future of Everett at FERC Winter Gas-Elec Forum
FERC stakeholders debated winter reliability challenges in the Northeast, including the potential loss of the Everett LNG import terminal.
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Public Power Groups Seek Information on Mystic Agreement
New England utilities have sought information on the agreement between ISO-NE and the Mystic power plant in Massachusetts.

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