"LNG Watch" piece on recent debates over proposed liquefied natural gas terminal
"LNG Watch" piece on recent debates over proposed liquefied natural gas terminals in Passamaquoddy Bay. Officials from Quoddy Bay LNG and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently led a site walk of two locations in Perry the company is proposing to develop for an LNG terminal and storage facility. The crowd had uncivil remarks for tour guide Brian Smith, project manager. Members of the Passamaquoddy Tribe opposed to the proposal gathered to sing in protests of FERC's visit. Meanwhile, the July 10 Perry selectmen's meeting turned into a mud-slinging contest between officials and residents. Finally, police are investigating reports from four businesses in Perry, including Quoddy Bay LNG, that rocks were thrown through windows during the night of July 10.
Liquefied natural gas Storage, Quoddy Bay LLC
Richardson, Whit, ""LNG Watch" piece on recent debates over proposed liquefied natural gas terminal" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3757.
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