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Locals Against Broadwater LNG Express Environmental and Safety Concerns

Critics of the proposed Broadwater LNG terminal yesterday expressed their views at a public hearing at Old Saybrook, Conn. Details are in today’s Hartford Courant. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.] See similar article in The Day. [Free registration necessary]

Letter to FERC Requests that Connecticut Have Greater Input on Broadwater LNG

The Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection has asked FERC to require Broadwater LNG to submit a coastal zone consistency certification. Even though the proposed facility is not located in Connecticut waters, the Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection suggests that FERC’s approval is an agency action that must “comply to the maximum extent practicable” with the...

Editorial: Take Time for Northeast Gateway DEIS

The Salem News expresses approval of the U.S. Coast Guard’s decision to spend more timepreparing a draft environmental impact statement for Excelerate Energy’s proposed LNG terminal in offshore Massachusetts, citing environmental and safety issues. [This article is no longer available online.]

Deregulation Can Create Opportunities in Atlantic Basin

Eras Consulting’s John Fahy told the World LNG Summit yesterday that deregulation, and the ability to select cargo destinations, will alter the LNG market as more supply becomes available. Yesterday’s Platts LNG Daily has a detailed story on predicted arbitrage in the Atlantic Basin. [Subscription required]

Decreased Resistance to Proposed Sound Energy Solutions LNG Terminal

The planned LNG terminal in Long Beach, Calif. is receiving comparatively less opposition than other previous projects planned for the state. According to today’s edition of the Los Angeles Times, the Long Beach City Council has not expressed a stance yet on the proposal, and resistance from local communities has subsided. However, the California Public Utilities Commission still...

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