FERC okays LNG terminals
But getting enough LNG a problem; EIA says Mac, Alaska lines economic
By Allen Baker
For Petroleum News
Three new LNG terminals and two expansion projects approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission June 15 could allow additional imports of nearly 10 billion cubic feet of natural gas daily — well in excess of the amount that would be carried by the proposed pipelines from the North Slope and....
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