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LNG Vessel Traffic Part of Discussion on New Brunswick-Maine Energy Corridor

The New Brunswick Business Journal provides coverage of ongoing discussions between the leaders of New Brunswick and Maine regarding a proposed energy corridor between the two regions. The piece indicates that some supporters of the proposed LNG terminal
April 16, 2009

The New Brunswick Business Journal provides coverage of ongoing discussions between the leaders of New Brunswick and Maine regarding a proposed energy corridor between the two regions. The piece indicates that some supporters of the proposed LNG terminals in Maine are urging Maine elected officials to condition any state approval of an electric transmission corridor through Maine on Canada’s modifying its position and allowing LNG vessel transit through the Canadian waters of Head Harbour Passage.

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