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Downeast LNG President Says Blocking LNG Tankers Has International Implications

Downeast LNG President Dean Girdis says that allowing Canada to block LNG carrier transit through Canadian waters would set a harmful international precedent. The vessels would be headed to three proposed LNG terminals on the Maine coast, and some argue
February 27, 2006

Downeast LNG President Dean Girdis says that allowing Canada to block LNG carrier transit through Canadian waters would set a harmful international precedent. The vessels would be headed to three proposed LNG terminals on the Maine coast, and some argue that blocking them would undermine international maritime law. An Associated Press article is available via LexisNexis. [Subscription required]

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