LNG: Passamaquoddy Tribe’s Legal Actions puts final nail in Quoddy Bay LNG’s Coffin.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Defunct Quoddy Bay LNG Lose Again BIA-‘Approved’ Lease Was Never Valid, Project Opponents Vindicated US Department of Interior (DOI) Interior Board of Indian Appeals (IBIA) Law Judge Deborah G. Luther ruled on October 4th that a … Continue reading

LNG: Cartoon leaves vital questions unanswered about LNG in Passamaquoddy Bay.

A recent cartoon by Ted Michener published in the St. Croix Courier begs responses to the question it leaves unanswered: “If large Cruise ships can come through Head Harbour Passage, what’s so wrong with LNG tankers?”  The answers are two-fold: 1. In … Continue reading

LNG: Corridor Resources ponders increasing sales of natural gas by exporting through Saint John.

October 4, 2012 – 8:50pm BY JOANN ALBERSTAT BUSINESS REPORTER A liquefied natural gas plant and terminal in New Brunswick could be converted into an export facility to help develop the region’s onshore oil and gas industry, says the president … Continue reading

LNG: Downeast LNG only one left trying to build gas terminal in Maine

February 29, 2012 – 5:34pm BY PETER MORTON It is the most unlikely of energy projects, in the most unpopular of locations and facing exceedingly difficult economics. But the controversial Downeast LNG project planned for Mill Cove at Passamaquoddy Bay in … Continue reading

LNG: DLNG terminal construction will unlock dangerous levels of ancient mercury from Passamaquoddy sediments.

It has been known for many years that sediments in the St. Croix River Estuary and Passamaquoddy Bay harbour dangerous levels of heavy metals and other toxic materials. These have accumulated from aerial emissions as well as historic dumping by industries … Continue reading

LNG: Group Fears Buried Toxins May Impact Native Americans at Passamaquoddy Bay

Downeast LNG Toxic Contamination & Environmental Justice An organization battling the proposed Downeast LNG import terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay at Robbinston, Maine, recently filed comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding toxins that Downeast LNG might introduce into … Continue reading

ENERGY: FERC Dissatisfied With Downeast LNG Hazards Filing

BREAKING NEWS Downeast LNG proposed site at Robbinston, Maine directly across the international St. Croix River from St. Andrews, NB. The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requested more information from Downeast LNG on Tuesday regarding the proposed project’s LNG … Continue reading

ENERGY: Will anyone buy Canaport LNG in a diminishing import market?

In this morning’s Telegraph Journal… ENERGY REPSOL LOOKS TO SELL LNG ASSETS: SOURCES REUTERS20 JUL 2012 07:10AM A Spanish oil firm that owns a 75-per-cent stake in Canaport LNG is looking to sell its liquefied natural gas assets in Canada … Continue reading

LNG: Goodby view … Goodby sea breezes! 20 foot high vapor fence proposed around DeLNG’s Passamaquoddy Bay site.

Downeast LNG Proposes 20-ft-Tall Vapor Fences Along the Entire Property Line, Including Mill Cove Shoreline, and Along US Route-1 from http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org Downeast LNG’s Exclusion Zone that previously extended onto US Highway Route-1 has been recalculated to be even worse. In attempting to solve that problem, Downeast LNG … Continue reading

NEWS ALERT: DELNG – Passamaquoddy Bay is North America’s Last Remaining Import LNG Terminal Proposal!

NEWS ALERT: Downeast LNG is Last Remaining LNG Import Terminal Proposal in North America << Liberty Natural Gas LNG import terminal, proposed for offshore New Jersey and New York, has withdrawn from federal MARAD permitting, and has withdrawn its associated … Continue reading

ENERGY: So why are we rushing to Hell?

I’m working on a piece about my life journey in Eden and how it is now my belief that we are on a path to creating a total living Hell. In the process of preparing this, I can across a … Continue reading

LNG: Downeast LNG seems to think shale gas freezes up in the winter? Come on Dean!

Passamaquoddy LNG proposal pushes ahead Downeast LNG terminal project continues despite decision against Calais LNG ‘New England, despite all this shale gas, is still dependant on LNG in the winter time to meet domestic demand for gas.’—Dean Girdis, Downeast LNG … Continue reading