March 2008

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HPIn LNG: Keeping the path clear for LNG

There is no question about it. With a growing national population, the US must make critical decisions now about how it will address the increasing demand for energy. As the cleanest burning fossil fu..

Cooper, B., Center for Liquefied Natural Gas

There is no question about it. With a growing national population, the US must make critical decisions now about how it will address the increasing demand for energy. As the cleanest burning fossil fuel, natural gas (NG) stands as a viable choice to solve this problem. Supply issues. Although US natural gas reserves are bountiful, federal restrictions don't allow maximizing these resources domestically. Importing NG as liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a safe and effective way of helping to replenish the US supply, thus keeping energy costs competitive. Five LNG import terminals are in operation in the US today, with an additional five under construction. Yet, the US still needs additional te

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