Loneliest Natural Gas Terminal in U.S. Bucks Pipeline TrendBy
Import terminals across U.S. lie idle; Boston’s is booming
Geology, environmental politics boost Northeast fuel bills
Thanks to the shale revolution, the U.S. has plenty of natural gas of its own. All along the eastern seaboard, a chain of import terminals -- built when the country expected to get its fuel from abroad -- now lie idle.
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