Monday, October 16, 2006

LNG Prominent on Next Governor's Agenda.

Today's San Francisco Chronicle has a piece about LNG's curious absence from the long list of issues being debated as part of the gubernatorial election. As noted earlier, Phil Angelides claims to oppose LNG (out of desperation); Gov. Schwarzenegger supports it (but apparently he doesn't support it smack, dab in the middle of one of our busiest ports).

The Chronicle notes that the next governor will have to make a decision on LNG almost immediately into his term. It looks more and more like Schwarzenegger is going to be the next governor, so that's good news for LNG and better news for California which desperately needs dependable new sources of clean, safe energy.

Liquefied gas' future in hands of next governor [San Francisco Chronicle]