Gas Leak Has California Preparing for LNG Imports, Capping UseBy
State recommends monitoring refiners’ gas use, pump prices
Agencies say state should also prepare for LNG imports
California is looking at capping the amount of natural gas burned by power plants this winter, exploring the potential for liquefied gas imports and monitoring oil refiners’ use of the fuel as a historic leak last year continues to threaten the state with supply shortages.
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