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Maritime Security: Public Safety Consequences of a Liquefied Natural Gas Spill Need Clarification
Jim Wells (au)
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a super-cooled liquid form of natural gas. U.S. LNG imports are projected to increase to 17% of natural gas supplies by 2030, from about 3% today. To meet this increase, energy co’s. have submitted 32 applications for new terminals. If a terrorist attack on an LNG tanker caused a spill, potential hazards, such as fire, asphyxiation, & explosions, could result. The Dept. of Energy funded a study to conduct small- & large-scale experiments to refine & validate models that calculate how heat from large LNG fires would affect the public. This testimony is based on a recently released report, “Maritime Security: Public Safety Consequences of a Terrorist Attack on a Tanker Carrying LNG Need Clarification.” Includes recommend.
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