Woodside seeks permits for U.S. LNG port
Australian company wants to regasify cargoes far off the coast of Los Angeles using special ships; first Shell LNG reaches Mexico
By Allen Baker
For Petroleum News
Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has filed for permits to build an offshore terminal to bring natural gas to the California market via ships carrying LNG.
The Australian company has tried to meet objections from environmental and other groups opposed to various West Coast LNG importing schemes by offering t....
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