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Natural gas export worries, pressures grow amid Energy Department lag

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The pressure and anxiety from backers of expanding natural gas exports are growing in tandem as the Energy Department continues to evaluate more than two dozen proposals to ship the fuel abroad. At issue is the 25 outstanding applications to ship liquefied natural gas, or LNG, to nations with which the United States lacks a free-trade agreement. In such cases, the Energy Department must...

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