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ConocoPhillips Appeals to Alabama Residents on Compass Port

With the deadline for Gov. Riley’s veto decision approaching, ConocoPhillips Global Gas president Sig Cornelius reiterates the company’s “pledge to Alabama” in a letter to the Mobile-Register today. The company has sponsored a baseline study by Dauphin I
June 7, 2006

With the deadline for Gov. Riley’s veto decision approaching, ConocoPhillips Global Gas president Sig Cornelius reiterates the company’s “pledge to Alabama” in a letter to the Mobile-Register today. The company has sponsored a baseline study by Dauphin Island Sea Lab against which the impacts of the Compass Port LNG terminal can be measured, and has proposed “legally binding license conditions” that will suspend operations if the terminal results in a net change in aquatic species of concern. Cornelius also reiterates the company’s promise to reserve terminal capacity for Alabama gas consumers, to hire primarily Alabama residents, and to spend at least $15 million per year in Alabama while the terminal is in operation.

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