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MARAD Reaffirms New Jersey's Adjacent Coastal State Status in Safe Harbor Energy Proceeding

MARAD reaffirmed its earlier decision to grant Adjacent Coastal State status to New Jersey following a Request for Reconsideration by Atlantic Sea Island Group. MARAD noted that although the proposed site of the Safe Harbor Energy LNG terminal is 19 mile
February 11, 2008

MARAD reaffirmed its earlier decision to grant Adjacent Coastal State status to New Jersey following a Request for Reconsideration by Atlantic Sea Island Group. MARAD noted that although the proposed site of the Safe Harbor Energy LNG terminal is 19 miles from the New Jersey coast and outside the 15-mile limit specified by statute, the risks posed by the proposed facility affect both New York and New Jersey equally. The ruling is available here courtesy of LNGLawBlog.

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