US trade groups create LNG coalition

Four Washington, DC-based energy trade groups announced last week the formation of a new coalition that will act as a public LNG information clearinghouse. The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas also will serve as an advocate for industry interests in the US LNG import market, group officials said.The center also will work with state and federal officials on updating regulations, a process that could take about 5 years, center officials estimate."The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas will serve as a one-stop information source, distribute technical research and best practices, and be an advocate, as appropriate, for a broad array of interests involved in LNG issues," according to the group&#...

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