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Weaver’s Cove Forum Attendees Weigh in on Energy and Safety Concerns

Attendees at Tuesday’s public hearing on the proposed Weaver’s Cove reqasification facility tried to balance the need for LNG with safety concerns. Yesterday’s Newport Daily News has the details. [Free registration necessary]

Rep. Capps Disapproves Cabrillo Port LNG Terminal

Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, has expressed opposition to the proposed Cabrillo Port LNG terminal, citing BHP Billiton’s inadequate responses to concerns regarding potential terrorist attacks, ship wrecks and natural disasters. Yesterday’s Malibu Times has the story. [This article has been archived.]

LNG Opponent Favors Alternative Supply of Energy

One LNG foe fears the influx of proposed liquefaction terminals in Oregon will invite terrorism, environmental damage, and massive ocean liners, and suggests turning towards renewable sources of energy. [His story, originally published in the Sept. 28, 2005 issue of Willamette Week, is no longer available online.]

Delaware Official Says BP Air Quality Report Is Insufficient

A Delaware environmental official said BP’s draft air quality report is deficient, preventing FERC from accepting public remarks on the filing, today’s News Journal said.

Trunkline LNG Plant Suffered Minimal Damage in Hurricane

Southern Union Co. said its Trunkline LNG terminal in Louisiana sustained slight damage from Hurricane Rita, but will remain closed for additional assessments, according to article published by Reuters today. [This article is no longer available online.]

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