He answered: “On the gas side, if you look at the U.S. there are 14 terminals that have applied for licenses to export. If all 14 go forward, that’s one-third of our production on a daily basis that will go international. If we take that kind of supply out of the market, natural gas prices go up, and ultimately it’s a negative impact on our customers. So I struggle with permitting that many facilities.”
If PacifiCorp is concerned about LNG exports, that says a lot.
See entire Oregonlive article here.
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