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LNG Proposals in U.S. Northeast Hope to Find "Path of Least Resistance"

The Christian Science Monitor analyzes the opposition faced by LNG project developers pursuing projects in the northeastern Unites States, quoting George Finch, city manager of Eastport, Maine, as saying “The [LNG terminal siting] process has become like
August 6, 2007

The Christian Science Monitor analyzes the opposition faced by LNG project developers pursuing projects in the northeastern Unites States, quoting George Finch, city manager of Eastport, Maine, as saying “The [LNG terminal siting] process has become like water: it’s trying to seek the path of least resistance on its way to the bottom.” Citing Quoddy Bay and Downeast LNG as examples, the piece asserts that local opposition has forced developers to propose projects in less than optimal locations.

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