DOE's OFE, NARUC launch LNG public awareness campaign

09/22/2003
The US Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy (OFE) and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) recently launched a new LNG education campaign to dispel what energy regulators say are popular misconceptions about the fuel.DOE said the new OFE-funded project "aims to enhance communication between critical energy stakeholders to ensure the responsible development and deployment of LNG."NARUC is planning a series of regional and national hearings that will ultimately result in a report to be presented at an LNG forum sponsored by the National Petroleum Council.The idea for a localized education campaign came out of a June NPC emergency natural gas mee...
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