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Changes Considered for Port Dolphin LNG Deepwater Port Project

A representative for Port Dolphin Energy told the St. Petersburg Times that he expects some changes for the proposed Port Dolphin LNG deepwater port. The company representative noted that construction of the deepwater port and associated pipeline is not
August 22, 2011

A representative for Port Dolphin Energy told the St. Petersburg Times that he expects some changes for the proposed Port Dolphin LNG deepwater port. The company representative noted that construction of the deepwater port and associated pipeline is not expected to begin until 2013. He also suggested that instead of receiving LNG from overseas, the terminal could accept U.S.-sourced LNG from one of the several proposed liquefaction projects planned for the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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