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FERC Chairman: U.S. LNG Expansion Could Displace Arctic Pipeline Projects

Citing numerous approvals for new terminal development and expansion, FERC Chairman Joseph Kelliher predicted that LNG will be needed “regardless to whether the Alaska or Mackenzie pipelines are built,” and noted that those projects would have to compete
April 30, 2007

Citing numerous approvals for new terminal development and expansion, FERC Chairman Joseph Kelliher predicted that LNG will be needed “regardless to whether the Alaska or Mackenzie pipelines are built,” and noted that those projects would have to compete with cheaper gas from abroad. The National Post (Canada) provides further coverage.

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