Terminal Could Ship Natural Gas From Colorado To Asia

· Oct. 5, 2015, 6:07 pm

A proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Oregon would give producers in the Piceance Basin an outlet to reach customers on the Pacific Rim.

The Grand Junction Sentinel reports that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will have final say on the project in December, although the terminal got environmental approval last week.

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