Oregon senator wants Nikiski LNG exports to Japan ended
Wyden wants Alaska liquefied natural gas sent to Mexican terminal to add to U.S. supply
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Oregonís U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden has asked the U.S. Department of Energy to revoke its approval of an export license for the Nikiski LNG plant in Alaska to send its product to Japan, arguing that the gas is needed in the Lower 48 ó even though it amounts to just two-tenths of one percent of U.S. consump....
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