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LNG Export Review Sparks Flurry Of Advocacy From Multiple Groups

February 7, 2024
The Energy Department’s (DOE) broad review of its process for assessing proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports is sparking a flurry of advocacy from multiple corners, including scientific debates about the fuel’s lifecycle greenhouse gases as well as attacks that curbing exports could undermine energy security and fossil fuel sector jobs. The policy review is also spurring significant reaction on Capitol Hill, with Republicans and Democrats sparring about the long-term implications of DOE’s move: Lawmakers Duel Over Scope, Effects Of...

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