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Op-Ed: Natural Gas Supply For Sempra Has Other Possible Destinations

Citing a Sempra Energy spokesperson, an op-ed carried by the Long Beach Press Telegram warns that a portion of Sempra’s supplies from the Tangguh gas field in Indonesia, approximately half of the total supplies for Sempra’s Energia Costa Azul project, ma
November 28, 2007

Citing a Sempra Energy spokesperson, an op-ed carried by the Long Beach Press Telegram warns that a portion of Sempra’s supplies from the Tangguh gas field in Indonesia, approximately half of the total supplies for Sempra’s Energia Costa Azul project, may be diverted to Japan. The piece goes on to suggest that the California Public Utilities Commission may want to take this possibility into consideration and pursue existing domestic gas supplies.

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