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Save The Bay Requests Supplemental EIS for Weaver's Cove

Today, Save The Bay filed a letter with FERC requesting a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement to “address new and unevaluated environmental concerns” arising from Weaver’s Cove Energy’s decision to use smaller LNG vessels on a more frequent basis
February 15, 2006

Today, Save The Bay filed a letter with FERC requesting a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement to “address new and unevaluated environmental concerns” arising from Weaver’s Cove Energy’s decision to use smaller LNG vessels on a more frequent basis in order to navigate under the Brightman Street Bridge. Anticipating a three-fold increase in vessel traffic, Save The Bay argued that the increased transits could have a substantial impact on the environment and public use of the Bay, and therefore FERC is required to conduct an additional environmental review. The letter is available in the FERC eLibrary in Docket No. CP04-36.

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