A vote for coal...

over LNG. That's the kernel of a coming article from three researchers at Carnegie Mellon.

over LNG. That's the kernel of a coming article from three researchers at Carnegie Mellon.

The scientists suggest there are some serious indirect costs to using LNG, liquified natural gas. That it may NOT be more efficient and could produce more greenhouse gas emissions than coal for generating electricity in the U.S.

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