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Cheniere’s effort to bypass Biden’s LNG pollution limit was refused.

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The request made by Cheniere to circumvent the Biden administration’s LNG emission regulation was denied.

Cheniere Energy Inc. (LNG.A), the world’s biggest LNG exporter, asked the EPA to exclude its turbines from a hazardous emissions restriction.

This request was made by Cheniere Energy. Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it had rejected the request.

The refusal raises doubts about whether the Texas-based company will be obliged to curtail supercooled fuel exports to develop new pollution control equipment.

The refusal raises doubts about whether Europe can expect on greater LNG supplies from the U.S. to make up for Russian cuts.

After Russia curtailed gas exports to the west, Europe faced its worst-ever gas supply crisis, leading in skyrocketing energy rates and German importers contemplating rationing.

Europeans interpreted the disruption as punishment for sanctions imposed by the West in reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Gas turbine owners and operators have until September 5 to comply with the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP).

The National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) were enacted after a protracted delay caused by the Clinton administration.

The law limits the amount of formaldehyde and benzene released by stationary combustion turbines, which are common in LNG manufacturing plants.

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