Trade tensions tangle LNG projects

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At least three U.S. liquefied natural gas export projects have experienced setbacks this year tied to ongoing trade tensions between the Trump administration and China, raising concerns of further potential trouble for the gas industry.

Carbon tax plans abound on the Hill today. Lawmakers from both parties will introduce plans to tax fossil fuel producers.

2020 Democratic presidential hopeful and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand released her climate change plan this morning, calling for neutralizing nationwide carbon emissions by 2050.

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