Article on the Fairwinds proposal to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in H
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Article on the Fairwinds proposal to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in Harpswell, detailing the way the debate has crystallized the issues facing many of Maine's small towns, and the state itself. Proponents of the Fairwinds project claim it will bring jobs and more than $8 million in lease fees every year. Opponents claim it will destroy the groundfishery, turn Harpswell into a terrorist target, and open the pristine area up for further industrial development. With a focus on comments by Jim Knight, selectman, Gordon Weil, selectman and energy industry expert, and Wilkes Harper, Maine Department of Environmental Protection project manager. Details.
Fairwinds project Harpswell, Harpswell, Liquefied natural gas Storage
Irvine, Alex, "Article on the Fairwinds proposal to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in H" (2003). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1482.
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