February, 2008. It’s been fascinating watching the fever building in Saint John around “The Great Energy Hub”. Certainly everyone is doing a great job in building the hype that seems to be necessary to move these developments forward. The Telegraph … Continue reading LOOKING BACK: Saint John’s Energy Hub Hype – 2008
LNG presents fire risks, pollution risks, transport risks, marine fauna risk and greenhouse gas emissions. Spending 10 years helping to protect Passamaquoddy Bay from several proposed LNG terminals, led to the accumulation of a lot of information on LNG and … Continue reading LNG: Good for the environment … really?
1726 British-Passamaquoddy Treaty Flummoxes Downeast LNG Jan 28, 2016 Robert Godfrey Proprietor at Quoddy Loop Virtual Tour Guide 4 Comments A 1726 Treaty guarantees Passamaquoddy rights in the Canadian marine waterway — killing Downeast LNG’s argument that the developer doesn’t … Continue reading LNG: History Bites LNG Company in Passamaquoddy Bay.
Above: An LNG tanker passed under the Tobin Bridge and into the Mystic River in Chelsea. Could extra LNG supplies help restrain winter gas prices? Energy companies are seeing weaker demand for natural gas in Asia and Europe. By Jack … Continue reading ISSUES: More LNG could flow to Boston this winter – The Boston Globe