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Barges filled with coal and wells pumping natural gas give the U.S. enough fuel to export to burgeoning markets in Asia, but proposals to build a natural gas liquefaction and export plant in Maryland and coal export facilities in the Pacific Northwest have raised environmental concerns about the global use of fossil fuels. (Associated Press)

Barges filled with coal and wells pumping natural gas give the U.S. enough fuel to export to burgeoning markets in Asia, but proposals to build a natural gas liquefaction and export plant in Maryland and coal export facilities in the Pacific Northwest have raised environmental concerns about the global use of fossil fuels. (Associated Press)

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