Latest News Reports from Algeria Cite LNG As Potential Source of January Explosion
February 24, 2004
News reports from Algeria, supplemented by comments from that nation's Washington, DC-based ambassador, cite the possibility that a liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline leak may have been the cause of the explosion and fire that killed 27 people Jan. 19 at the Skikda liquefaction plant that processes natural gas for oceanic transport as a liquid.
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