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LNG Buoy Anchors Being Modified at Canadian Port

The large suction anchors that will hold the Northeast Gateway LNG buoys in place are currently being modified at the Port of Saint John in Canada, the Telegraph-Journal (New Brunswick, Canada) reports. Following these modifications, the anchors will be
July 17, 2007

The large suction anchors that will hold the Northeast Gateway LNG buoys in place are currently being modified at the Port of Saint John in Canada, the Telegraph-Journal (New Brunswick, Canada) reports. Following these modifications, the anchors will be transferred to the LNG receiving site for installation.

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