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The Evolving Role of the US Coast Guard

This week’s edition of Natural Gas Week reports on the Coast Guard’s increasing role in the regulatory review of LNG terminals, particularly those located in federal waters. “We are neither a proponent or opponent of any deepwater port project,” said Cm
February 5, 2006

This week’s edition of Natural Gas Week reports on the Coast Guard’s increasing role in the regulatory review of LNG terminals, particularly those located in federal waters. “We are neither a proponent or opponent of any deepwater port project,” said Cmdr. John Cushing, who is with the Coast Guard Commandant’s office in Washington, DC. “In this case, we act as a facilitator among federal and state agencies.” [Subscription required]

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