Sierra Club Asks DOE To Block La. LNG Export Facility

Law360, New York (April 24, 2012, 5:09 PM EDT) -- The Sierra Club on Monday continued its streak of challenging proposals to liquefied natural gas facilities, telling the U.S. Department of Energy that approving licenses for one in southwest Louisiana would raise natural gas prices while polluting local states.

In a motion to intervene filed with the Energy Department, the Sierra Club argued that approving licenses for Sempra Energy subsidiary Cameron LNG LLC's export facility in Cameron Parish, La., would increase air and water pollution in Louisiana and Texas while raising domestic natural gas prices and...
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