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Port Dolphin LNG Developers Examining Options for Alternative Gas Pipeline Route

The developers backing the Port Dolphin LNG deepwater port project will spend the next two weeks analyzing data from surveys of the ocean floor to help determine a new route for a proposed pipeline that will transport regasified natural gas 28 miles from
November 25, 2008

The developers backing the Port Dolphin LNG deepwater port project will spend the next two weeks analyzing data from surveys of the ocean floor to help determine a new route for a proposed pipeline that will transport regasified natural gas 28 miles from the offshore project site to the Florida mainland. Port Dolphin needed to find a new path for the pipeline in part due to local opposition over possible impacts of the original route on a sand source that is used for local beach renourishment. The Bradenton Herald provides additional coverage.

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