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Old 07-16-2007, 02:13 PM   #34
freespool
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Default Re: LNG & the Columbia

[quote=Thumper;1594913][quote=freespool;1594879]
If the pipeline is a bad idea, let's hear why.
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For those who wish to learn about this complex subject, rather than to simplify the issues of the pipeline vs LNG scenarios, see the following:

http://www.cedigaz.org/Fichiers/pdf_...%20further.pdf
THE CHALLENGES OF FURTHER COST REDUCTIONS
FOR NEW SUPPLY OPTIONS (PIPELINE, LNG, GTL)

Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, International Energy Agency
Olivier Appert, International Energy Agency
Ralf Dickel, International Energy Agency
Marie-Françoise Chabrelie, CEDIGAZ
Alexandre Rojey, Institut Français du Pétrole and CEDIGAZ

Jack I googled the main participants of this conference and it would appear they are the ones that would stand to profit the most from LNG transporting.
Got any information from a unbiased source?
These gas brokers, the state of Alaska and the oil companies, stand to make the most profit from this LNG tanker scheme.
So what's in it for Oregon? Why did California reject the LNG terminal plan?
How is a pipeline through Oregon to California a better idea?
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