Last week the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) approved a plan put forth by New Fortress Energy to build a $96 million 1,600-foot-long pier on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River at the former DuPoint dynamite factory site, to export LNG that will arrive already liquefied from northeastern Pennsylvania (see DRBC Approves New Fortress LNG/NGL Shipping Dock on Dela. River). How will New Fortress get the already-liquefied LNG from landlocked NEPA to the Delaware for loading onto tankers? Via special trucks. However, New Fortress would also like to use railroads. That’s about to become a reality.