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It is heartening to see that some former vocal pipeline opponents have come around to see the benefits that natural gas provides communities across the country. That includes the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who once protested the Dakota Access Pipeline but is now pushing for a pipeline to serve an Illinois community that is one of the poorest in the country.
Reverend Jesse Jackson and a group of local leaders are working to bring a natural gas line to Pembroke Township to help one of the poorest communities in America have a warmer and happier winter.
The township, located in southeastern
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Big investments are taking place in liquified natural gas in Texas – and that means big news for the economy, national security and providing reliable, affordable energy in a way that lowers carbon emissions.
The Houston Chronicle reports that four major projects received regulatory approval:
Federal officials have approved permits for three new liquefied natural gas export terminals in the Rio Grande Valley and the expansion of another in Corpus Christi.
During a Thursday morning meeting, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Ron Chatterjee announced that the agency approved permits for Rio Grande LNG, Annova LNG and Texas LNG at