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    Liquefied natural gas headed to Sempra plant in Mexico

    Shipment of liquefied natural gas headed to Sempra plant in Mexico

    By Onell R. Soto
    Union-Tribune Staff Writer
    2:00 a.m. August 29, 2009

    The only liquefied natural gas import terminal on the West Coast is finally expecting its first regular shipment today, a year after Mexican President Felipe CalderoĚ
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    This plant could have been built in the U.S. but everyone involved said that it would have cost to much and taken to long just to get the permits.

    The plant was built in Mexico in less time than it would have taken to just get the permits here.
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    [quote="JohnDoe2"]



    This plant could have been built in the U.S. but everyone involved said that it would have cost to much and taken to long just to get the permits.

    The plant was built in Mexico in less time than it would have taken to just get the permits here.




    That's no doubt because the US maintains much higher standards, in all aspects, than does Mexico.

    That the owner of the company would choose to build in Mexico, willing to exchange rigid safety and environmental guidelines and standards for expediency and profit, at the earliest possible date, is really no surprise.
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