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Homeland Security Drill to Involve Everett LNG Terminal

Federal and Massachusetts state law enforcement officials and emergency response personnel on September 17 will participate in a homeland security drill that will test their preparedness for multiple terrorist attacks. Dubbed “Operation Poseidon,” the em
August 28, 2006

Federal and Massachusetts state law enforcement officials and emergency response personnel on September 17 will participate in a homeland security drill that will test their preparedness for multiple terrorist attacks. Dubbed “Operation Poseidon,” the emergency response drill will focus on multiple incidents in and around Everett, Mass., including a scenario in which “evidence suggest[s] that the Distrigas facility and an LNG tanker in Everett have been targeted by terrorists.” Julie Vitek, a Distrigas spokesperson, emphasized the company’s ongoing commitment to working with local, state, and federal officials to ensure that LNG is transported safely. Today’s edition of The Boston Globe has the story. [Free registration necessary]

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