ISSUES: STATUS OF RESIDENT AND TRANSIENT SEA BIRDS IN HEAD HARBOUR PASSAGE AND VICINITY NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA

STATUS OF RESIDENT AND TRANSIENT SEA BIRDS IN HEAD HARBOUR PASSAGE AND VICINITY NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, 1977… by ART’S PLACE … Continue reading

LNG: Passamaquoddy Tribe, American and Canadian Groups Continue to Oppose LNG in Passamaquoddy Bay

The following update was received from Save Passamaquoddy Bay Canada, a small incorporated group located in St. Andrews, NB. ******************************************   June 15, 2015 The threat of an LNG facility in Robinston, Maine is still very much with us. We are … Continue reading

LNG: Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process and Raises Questions of Credibility

Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process Eastport, Maine — On Thursday, Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance submitted an exposé and indictment of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) environmental permitting process. Save Passamaquoddy Bay, a grassroots organization based in … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Canada continues to oppose LNG development in Passamaquoddy Bay

Just received at 4:40 pm today, May 17, 2013. Canada’s Ambassador to the United States confirmed again today Canada’s official opposition to the proposed Downeast LNG terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay, Bay of Fundy, stating: Given that LNG vessels would need … Continue reading

LNG: Lack of rights to intertidal zone may kill DELNG’s proposal to FERC

Filed By: Save Passamaquoddy Bay Filed Date: 11/27/2012 Accession No: 20121127-5014 Description: Prescriptive use of Downeast LNG intertidal zone, comment of Save Passamaquoddy Bay under CP07-52, et. al. Summary: Recent Maine court decisions establish recreational “prescriptive use” of intertidal zones under … Continue reading

LNG: MP Williamson confirms Canada’s long-standing opposition to Downeast LNG’s proposed terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay

BREAKING NEWS –  This letter was submitted today to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. … Continue reading

LNG: Ooops! Downeast LNG stumbles again.

Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Room 1A Washington, DC 20426 eFiled on 2012 October 19 Re: Downeast LNG, Docket Nos. CP07-52-000, CP07-53-000, and CP07-53-001 Inappropriate Boilerplate Submission to FERC Dear Ms. Bose, On 2012 … Continue reading

LNG: Downeast LNG persists in its application for a Passamaquoddy Bay Terminal – Time for FERC to reject the last outstanding application.

From tourism to whales to cotton-tail rabbits Downeast LNG doesn’t understand Passamaquoddy Bay. It’s now long past the time for FERC to reject the last outstanding application to place an import LNG terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay, a process that, if … 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: 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

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