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U.S. LNG Exports to Begin in January

Cheniere Energy expects to become the first company to export liquefied gas from U.S. shale fields in January 2015. Cheniere plans to start receiving natural gas to convert into super-chilled liquid fuel at its first U.S. LNG export terminal by the end of the year.  Chief Executive Officer Charif Souki told reporters outside of the Singapore International Energy Week conference, "We will ship our first cargo sometime in January."  Once Cheniere's first LNG plant starts up, the company...

Despite Slaughter of Wild Horses, No Prosecution of BLM or Rancher Involved

Just two weeks after Ken Salazar was selected by President Barack Obama to become the 50th Secretary of the Interior in 2009, the Bureau of Land Managment (BLM), an agency within the Department of Interior (DOI) sold and began shipping horses to rancher, and reported Salazar associate, Tom Davis, who in turn, in violation of the law resold them to slaughter houses in Mexico for horse meat.  A report released by the DOI's Office of the Inspector General in late October, concluded the BLM...

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