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  • liberals_r_leeches liberals_r_leeches Mar 25, 2012 1:38 PM Flag


    You mean I havent interpreted the article like you have. I read just fine. My point is Cheniere does NOT have the FERC permit. Are you so naive to think that the DOE has no influence on FERC? Guess who pulls both their strings? Could be great, could be real bad! If you can stomach the risk, then absolutely, go for it.

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    • Cheniere has received an EA (Environmental Assessment) from FERC that stated the project will not have adverse impacts if built, but this is not an approval. A FERC approval requires the FERC Commissioners to vote on the project. They vote monthly and the Sabine Pass project was not voted on the week before last. The question remains will FERC vote on it next month? Given what appears to be political delay by DOE in a releasing its report on the impact of LNG exports, it is anyone's guess. Is the administration responding to Wyden and Markey opposition to LNG exports by holding back the DOE report? Will they do the same on the Sabine Pass project?

      I have no position in Cheniere.

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