CLNG's Cooper fears complacency as natural gas prices drop this winter
With the Department of Energy predicting the price of natural gas will be lower this winter than last, liquefied natural gas supporters are fearful this false sense of security could cause complacency in the push for increasing LNG supplies in the United States. During today's OnPoint, Bill Cooper, executive director of the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas, makes the case for increasing LNG supplies. Cooper addresses concerns about the safety of LNG facilities and the potential for terrorism associated with the facilities. He also discusses the Coast Guard's assessment of the proposed Long Island Sound LNG project.