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Appellate Court Preserves Gulf Landing LNG Decision

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit yesterday ruled that the Secretary of Transportation did not violate the Deepwater Port Act when it issued a license for Shell’s Gulf Landing LNG terminal proposed for offshore Louisiana. A coalition of env
June 8, 2006

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit yesterday ruled that the Secretary of Transportation did not violate the Deepwater Port Act when it issued a license for Shell’s Gulf Landing LNG terminal proposed for offshore Louisiana. A coalition of environmental groups had argued that the Secretary’s decision violated “the best available technology requirement” of the Deepwater Port Act by not requiring Shell to equip its terminal with closed-loop technology. Critics of the project argue that open-loop vaporizers pose a threat to marine ecosystems. MarineLink.com has the story.

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