Congressman pushing for energy exports to be carried on US ships
In a panel discussion earlier this week US Representative John Garamendi argued any new trade deal between the US and China should include a requirement that a percentage of LNG and crude oil traded between the two countries be carried on US-built and crewed ships. However, cost and construction capacity may be an issue
Bill calls for a minimum 1% of US crude and 2% of LNG exports to be carried on local vessels in five years
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