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California Denied Data on Liquefied Natural Gas Installation

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The federal government, which took over licensing of liquefied natural gas facilities, is refusing to give California officials information on a proposed Long Beach installation. It says a safety study sought by the state’s Energy Commission falls under Critical Energy Infrastructure Information and cannot be released. Commission members would have to sign non-disclosure agreements and not share the data with anyone, including the governor who appointed them.

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