Wellinghoff emphasizes carefully preparing applications, engaging with regulators to speed process.
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Meanwhile, up to 5.5 billion cubic feet per day of U.S. imports will be needed.
Dominion executives worked with locals to gain Cove Point support.
Capital costs, geography, government regulations likely to trim ambitious West Coast plans.
Colder temperatures and snowfall drove heating demand and improved gas prices, but NGL prices dropped through mid-November.