Late again: Strom Inc. semi-annual report to DoE FE about Crystal River LNG 2021-04-04

Strom, Inc., is late again, like last year when it didn’t file its April report until June 12, 2020.

[Missing Strom LNG semi-annual report, Port of Tampa, Jamaica and Puerto Rico]
Missing Strom LNG semi-annual report, Port of Tampa, Jamaica and Puerto Rico

This does not bode well for Strom’s Crystal River liquid natural gas (LNG) facilities “to commence commercial operations in the fourth quarter of 2022”, as it promised then and again in its October 2020 report, which it filed on October 26, 2020.

You’d think the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) would send Strom a reminder. But as usual, we may have to do it. And we have questions.

[DoE FE Strom LNG reports]
DoE FE Strom LNG reports

Come on, Strom, file your report. We all want to hear about that reverse merger you promised last October. What about that LNG tanker you planned back in October 2018? And are you still planning to truck LNG Port of Tampa for export?

[Strom Inc. exports through Port of Tampa?]
Strom Inc. exports through Port of Tampa?

What do you have to say about FERC’s new Chairman’s interest in revisiting its abdication of oversight for inland LNG facilities?

[Time to reconsider our precedent: GLICK, Chairman, and CLEMENTS, Commissioner, concurring]
Time to reconsider our precedent: GLICK, Chairman, and CLEMENTS, Commissioner, concurring
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Don’t make WWALS member Maxine Connor have to complain to DoE FE yet again.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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