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Quoddy Bay Files Response to FERC Request for Further Information

In response to a request by FERC, Quoddy Bay LNG yesterday submitted information regarding waterway suitability for vessels transiting Head Harbour Passage. Most of Quoddy Bay’s responses are designated as “Critical Energy Infrastructure Information,” an
August 16, 2007

In response to a request by FERC, Quoddy Bay LNG yesterday submitted information regarding waterway suitability for vessels transiting Head Harbour Passage. Most of Quoddy Bay’s responses are designated as “Critical Energy Infrastructure Information,” and therefore not available to the public. According to a project manager, however, the company could not supply certain information due to the Canadian Government’s refusal to release a report citing its objections to the use of Canadian waters by tankers accessing the terminal. The filing is available here and will be available soon in FERC’s eLibrary under Docket No. CP07-35. Platts LNG Daily provides additional details. [Subscription required]

Downeast also filed its responses to the same questions yesterday. Its responses can be found in Docket No. CP07-52.

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