Federal Officials Will Let LNG Be Shipped by Rail to Greenwich Township Port

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Environmentalists on Monday decried the federal government’s approval of permits to move liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail from northern Pennsylvania to a new port terminal in Gloucester County.

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