Worker at construction site with rebar

As America’s allies continue to look to her for energy to increase access to natural gas, Mike Butler looks at the possibilities of Philadelphia contributing to ensuring global stability by the creation of an LNG export terminal.

An LNG terminal in Philadelphia will create good-paying, durable union jobs during construction and constant employment for decades. With a new build-facility, it can also be designed to serve the nascent but fast-growing hydrogen industry. And as shocking as it sounds, given there is no West Coast LNG export facility, the opportunity exists to export gas transported safely by pipeline from Rockies gas basins as well.

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