U.S. Natural Gas Exports Could Surge If DOE Approves Applications
Kilzer, Lou, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
About one-fifth of the United States' annual natural gas production could be shipped to India, Japan, China and other countries if the Department of Energy approves an increasing number of applications from companies that want to establish export terminals, a senior department official told the Tribune-Review.
Applicants began requesting permission to export American natural gas late last year. The latest and biggest application arrived a week ago, said John Anderson, manager of natural gas regulatory activities at DOE's Office of Fossil Fuels.
That application, from Gulf Coast LNG Export LLC, asks to export 2.8 billion cubic feet of liquefied natural gas daily to …
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