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The “Full” Story on Natural Gas Exports (update) | Brookings Institution

Jan 25th, 2012 | By

I don’t like to use quotes to draw attention to words unnecessarily, but a colleague pointed out that the Brookings Institution may be “bypassing” environmental concerns in its opinion on natural gas exports. The debate on the prospect of natural gas exports from the United States will only become louder this year. In addition to

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Liquefied natural gas meets a quarter of New England’s average natural gas needs

Jan 19th, 2012 | By

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has met over 25% of New England’s average daily natural gas demand since November 2010. Four LNG regasification facilities can provide LNG to New England—Canaport, Everett, Neptune, and Northeast Gateway. Most of New England’s LNG deliveries come from the Canaport terminal in New Brunswick, Canada and the Everett terminal in Boston.

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Liquefied Natural Gas Station to Open in Conn.

Dec 9th, 2010 | By

A new type of gas station is opening in Connecticut, selling liquefied natural gas to trucks to reduce polluting diesel fumes while potentially saving money. Bill Malone, owner and operator of Enviro Express Inc., which transports waste to landfills and transfer stations, is opening the LNG station Friday at his company in Bridgeport near Interstate

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