Florida Bulldog reports on LNG exports right now from Fortress Energy’s
Hialeah plant through Port Everglades via Florida East Coast Railway (FECR)
through densely populated neighborhoods.
The larger story includes FECR can export via Crowley Maritime
from Jacksonville, and
Pivotal LNG is already exporting LNG from Alabama and Georgia through JAX,
arriving via truck down I-75 and I-10.
Plus offshoot pipelines from Sabal Trail already go to both Jacksonville and Riviera Beach.
Why should we let these corporations cash in on fracked methane
now that solar power is already here?
An LNG export ship fueled by LNG.
“An artist’s rendering of one of Crowley’s LNGfueled, combination
container and roll-on/roll-off (ConRo) ships—El Coqui slated
for delivery in 2017.”
Ann Henson Feltgen, Florida Bulldog.org, 22 August 2018,
Despite ‘disaster risk,’ trains haul hazardous gas cargo in
About the same time Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) executives were
convincing Florida’s east coast cities and counties to back its idea
of privately owned passenger trains traversing downtowns and densely
populated neighborhoods, it quietly sought and won permission to
haul extremely flammable liquified natural gas along the same
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a hazardous material Continue reading