‘Desperate’ To Get Natural Gas Out Of Appalachia, Pipeline Builders Face Long Battle Even After Supreme Court Victory

In picturesque Tioga County, Pennsylvania, a truck loaded with super-cooled liquefied natural gas pulls away from an oil and gas well and makes for the highway, on its way to New England.

In most circumstances, this would be a highly unusual arrangement. It’s much faster and cheaper to transport natural gas—the odorless, colorless stuff that is burned in power stations to produce one-third of the nation’s electricity—by pipeline rather than by truck.

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