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FERC Chairman Responds to Federal Elected Officials

FERC Chairman Joseph T. Kelliher has sent a response to a letter sent by U.S. Sens. Arlen Specter (R) and Bob Casey (D), and U.S. Reps. Joseph Pitts (R) and Jim Gerlach (R) regarding the proposed AES Sparrows Point LNG regasification project. In his resp
January 11, 2009

FERC Chairman Joseph T. Kelliher has sent a response to a letter sent by U.S. Sens. Arlen Specter (R) and Bob Casey (D), and U.S. Reps. Joseph Pitts (R) and Jim Gerlach (R) regarding the proposed AES Sparrows Point LNG regasification project. In his response, Chairman Kelliher notes that any public comments received by FERC during the 30-day period following the EPA’s notice of availability of the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Sparrows Point LNG project will be taken into consideration by the Commission before deciding whether to approve the project. However, the Chairman notes that he does not believe that additional public meetings will provide any new information to the Commission at this time. Chairman Kelliher’s response is available in the FERC eLibrary under Docket No. CP07-62. The original letter from the Congressmen is not available in the FERC docket.

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