A third of US states line up to oppose relaxation of rules on the transportation of LNG by rail

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

A total of 16 US states, including New York, California and Maryland are opposing proposals to transport liquefied natural gas by railcars because of what they see as the risk of potential accidents.

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