Massachusetts Environmental Agency Issues Certificate for Neptune LNG

The Massachusetts Office of Environmental Affairs has issued a certificate of approval for Suez Energy’s Neptune LNG terminal proposed off Gloucester, Mass., after the company agreed to pay approximately $23.5 million to help mitigate the terminal’s impact on the marine population. Excelerate Energy agreed to similar mitigation measures with the state agency for its Northeast Gateway offshore LNG terminal. Gov. Mitt Romney is expected to render a decision on both projects before his term expires on Jan. 4, 2007. Read more in The Boston Herald. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.]

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