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Lng Accidents and Risks

Lng Accidents and Risks

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Managing LNG Risks - From the campaign to prevent LNG terminals in Passamaquoddy Bay Documents and references used to explain LNG
Managing LNG Risks - From the campaign to prevent LNG terminals in Passamaquoddy Bay Documents and references used to explain LNG

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Published by: ART'S PLACE on Nov 29, 2012
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Compiled by Arthur MacKayBocabec, NB, CanadaSeptember, 2012
From the campaign to prevent LNG terminals in Passamaquoddy Bay Documents and references used to explain LNG
Managing LNG Risks
Resource les are created from the contents of the working reference and publication les of Art MacKay andare made available for reference purposes. They contain documents, drawings, photographs and other resourcesaccumulated over a 50 year period, including public domain materials as well as materials with copyrights held by Arthur MacKay and others.Since online resources come and go, they have been converted to PDFs and archived to preserve their contents.They can be accessed directly where the links are still active. Live links and copyright requirements are speci
ed for each item if still available. Art MacKay can be contacted at art@bayof fundy.ca to clarify availability for further publication.Entire les composed of physical documents, books, photos, cds, etc. are available and sold separately.
St. Andrews Citizens Will be Burning!
© Art MacKay, 2009, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, January 10, 2008The US Coast Guard’s recently released Waterway Suitability Report, prepared for the Federal Energy Regula
tory Commission’s (FERC) Downeast LNG application, will have the residents of New Brunswick’s premier resort area burning again.When, on the heels of Quoddy Bay LLC’s earlier proposal at Sipyik, Downeast LNG rst introduced their planto construct an LNG terminal and storage facility directly across the St. Croix River from St. Andrews at Rob
 binston, Maine, the citizens of that resort town and the greater Quoddy Region rose as one to denounce thesedevelopments and made their position clear with submissions to FERC and government ofcials in both Canadaand the United States, Impressive, passionate, packed public meetings and protests were held. Subsequently, Ca
nadian opponents to the LNG plans have been supported at every political level in Canada. Conservative Prime

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