Federal regulators are deciding at what level should the U.S. allow the transportation of liquefied natural gas by rail. Some environmental groups oppose LNG by rail because of concerns about transporting highly flammable material.
New Fortress Energy subsidiary Energy Transfer Services’ permit allowing the transport of liquefied natural gas in special tank cars is set to expire next week, according to environmental group Delaware Riverkeeper.
Reliance Partners’ Mark Barlar reacts to CVSA’s HM/DG Road Blitz and encourages the industry to clean up its act when hauling volatile materials.
The groups say more federal oversight is needed for the transport of liquefied natural gas by rail.
The rule seeks to address Democrats’ concerns about the safety measures the railroads would take in transporting liquefied natural gas.
File this one under the category of “be careful what you wish for.” In a letter to the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration (PHMSA) filed as part of a long series of comments by many made to the federal agency, Phillips 66, a leading refiner, brings up the impact on IMO 2020 if a […]
New Fortress Energy wants LNG transport efficiency using tank cars
NTSB will look at the potential for hazmats such as lithium-ion batteries as a contributing factor in last week’s Atlas Air crash.