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Dispute Over Whether Proposed Quoddy Bay Pipeline Would Enter Wildlife Refuge

A communications representative for Quoddy Bay yesterday dismissed claims that a pipeline serving the company’s proposed terminal would enter a wildlife sanctuary. According to an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation, a map included in Quoddy Ba
April 11, 2006

A communications representative for Quoddy Bay yesterday dismissed claims that a pipeline serving the company’s proposed terminal would enter a wildlife sanctuary. According to an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation, a map included in Quoddy Bay’s application to FERC indicates that “two out of the three [alternative routes for the pipeline] clearly go right through the middle of the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge.” The Quoddy Bay spokesperson said, “At no point does the proposed pipeline pass near or through the refuge.” Read more in today’s Bangor Daily News. [Access to archived articles requires a fee.]

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