The Fuel of the Future Is Not a Renewable / Bloomberg .
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- Distributor: New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2016
Originally released by Bloomberg , 2016.
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The first liquefied natural gas tanker ship passed through the expanded Panama Canal on July 25, 2016, hauling gas from the U.S. Gulf Coast. The shortcut means less time and money spent getting American gas across the Pacific. Natural gas already has a lot going for it—it's cheap, it burns cleaner than other fossil fuels, and it's plentiful. The new route just adds to why liquefied natural gas may be the fuel of the future.
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