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Passamaquoddy Bay is the Last Viable Site for LNG Terminals in Maine, Developer Says

According to Brian Smith of Quoddy Bay LLC, Passamaquoddy Bay is the last viable site for LNG facilities in Maine. Northern Maine is a place ideal for terminal developments because of the area’s low-density population and its proximity to the southern Ne
October 24, 2005

According to Brian Smith of Quoddy Bay LLC, Passamaquoddy Bay is the last viable site for LNG facilities in Maine. Northern Maine is a place ideal for terminal developments because of the area’s low-density population and its proximity to the southern New England market, but south of Passamaquoddy Bay, sheltered waters are scarce. An article published today in Down East, the Magazine of Maine, discusses the goal of striking a balance between the need for energy supplies and residents’ safety and environmental concerns. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.]

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