Kinder Morgan requests federal approval for Miss. LNG export project

10/14/2013 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Kinder Morgan is seeking the U.S. government's approval to export liquefied natural gas from its Pascagoula facility in Mississippi to countries that don't have free trade deals with the U.S. Such clearance could attract up to $8 billion in investments in the project, Norman Holmes, vice president of marketing at Kinder Morgan, said at a meeting of regional energy officials. "Export facilities like this are really going to unlock the true value of these new sources of energy," said Doug Domenech, Virginia secretary of natural resources.

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