Do Energy Companies Know Something About Natural Gas Exports That We Don't?
May 10th 2013 5:31PM
Updated May 10th 2013 6:25PM
In the video below, Fool.com energy contributors Tyler Crowe and Aimee Duffy discuss a new deal between GE's oil and gas division and Dominion's Cove Point LNG terminal, which supplies Dominion with some very expensive equipment for exporting liquefied natural gas from that location. The only trouble is, Dominion doesn't have a license to export natural gas. Does the company know something that we don't about the future of natural gas exports? Tyler tells us why Dominion would make a move like this, and what some of the possible outcomes are.
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