Opponents of proposed liquid natural gas terminals get three wins and prep for Portland rally
#1 May 12, 2008
Those opposed to the LNG facilities are trying to intimidate and scare the citizens. If you were to read the report fromt the Oregon Department of Energy, you would see that it is full of questionable assumptions. Take time to read it.
#2 May 12, 2008
"As a whole, North American natural gas production is expected to be flat or decline over the next several years." Page iv of the report.
If demand is expected to increase, and supply is expected to be flat or decline over the next several years, how are pipelines from the Rockies going to supply our increasing demand?
#3 May 12, 2008
Don't let the government agencies tell you what's good for you.
Do your research on LNG and see what has happened in other areas that let LNG in.
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