- Sep 20, 2021 2:27 pm GMT
The DOE should take immediate action under the Natural Gas Act (NGA) to prevent a supply crisis and price spikes for consumers this winter by requiring LNG exporters to reduce export rates in order to allow U.S. inventories to reach the 5-year average storage levels. U.S. consumers, the health of the economy, and national security should take priority over LNG export profits. Secondly, a hold should be placed on all existing, pending, and prefiling permits and approvals on LNG export facilities in the lower 48, and to conduct a review of whether these facilities are in the public interest under the NGA.
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