A consortium of energy firms, including Clean Energy Fuels, seeks to build liquefied natural gas facilities in North Dakota, Texas and three other states as part of a program to market cheaper and cleaner fuel to the energy industry. "With massive amounts of domestic reserves, America is facing a generational opportunity to move to a more secure, less expensive and cleaner-burning fuel," said John Shepherd, managing director at a GE energy investment firm, which is part of the group.

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