Council approves $60 million LNG plant in South Philly over climate activist opposition

Over objections of climate activists, Philadelphia City Council on Thursday approved a dealwith a developer who will build a $60 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant on city land, generating at least $1.35 million in profits that advocates say will help reduce residential heating bills.

Council, in a 13-4 vote, endorsed the Philadelphia Gas Works’ deal with Liberty Energy Trust.

 

 

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Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer
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