The Energy Department is reviewing 16 applications for liquefied natural gas export terminals and could begin making decisions early this year. Big gas users, such as DOW, EMN and NUE, which have benefited from the fall in energy prices via the shale gas boom, join together to keep U.S. gas in the U.S. Blocking such exports would help those few but hurt many more, Michael Economides writes.
The Energy Department is reviewing 16 applications for liquefied natural gas export terminals...
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