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U.S. Ambassador Says Canada Has Minimal Influence in Fate of Maine LNG Projects

Canadian foes of the three LNG projects on the U.S. side of Passamaquoddy Bay yesterday disagreed with U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins, who said that Ottawa has little authority to impede the proposals. An article written by the Canadian Press is in yester
October 27, 2005

Canadian foes of the three LNG projects on the U.S. side of Passamaquoddy Bay yesterday disagreed with U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins, who said that Ottawa has little authority to impede the proposals. An article written by the Canadian Press is in yesterday’s Boston Globe.

See similar article in today’s Bangor Daily News. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.]

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