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USCG: San Pedro Bay Suitable for Vessel Transit to Long Beach Terminal

After reviewing the Waterway Suitability Assessment for Sound Energy Solutions’ LNG proposal, the U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port for Los Angeles and Long Beach has concluded that the San Pedro Bay can accommodate LNG vessels en route to SES’ propos
July 12, 2006

After reviewing the Waterway Suitability Assessment for Sound Energy Solutions’ LNG proposal, the U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port for Los Angeles and Long Beach has concluded that the San Pedro Bay can accommodate LNG vessels en route to SES’ proposed regasification terminal in Long Beach, Calif. USCG Captain P.E. Wiedenhoeft has informed FERC that the USCG is still awaiting the completion of the Final Environmental Impact Statement before it can issue a Letter of Recommendation for the project. Wiedenhoeft’s letter, dated June 17, was posted by FERC yesterday and is available in the FERC e-Library in Docket No. CP04-58.

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