To feed an insatiable need for more energy, countries worldwide are building terminals to import liquefied natural gas and constructing plants to convert waste fumes into LNG. However, the United States is no longer among that group. Photo: Courtesy of Black And Veatch The company is building 11 small LNG plants in China to capture waste coke emissions, turning them into LNG suitable for industrial feedstock or to fuel vehicles. In fact, the market for natural gas in North America has changed so dramatically in the past few years that companies that invested billions in terminals to import LNG now
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