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Canadian Government Reiterates Opposition to LNG Vessel Traffic in Head Harbour Passage

This week Canada’s consul general to New England, Neil Le Blanc, wrote to Maine Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner David Littell reiterating Canada’s opposition to LNG vessel traffic in the Head Harbour Passage. In his letter Consul Gene
July 1, 2010

This week Canada’s consul general to New England, Neil Le Blanc, wrote to Maine Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner David Littell reiterating Canada’s opposition to LNG vessel traffic in the Head Harbour Passage. In his letter Consul General Le Blanc noted “navigational, environmental, and public safety risks” associated with LNG vessel traffic in this area. The Bangor Daily News provides further coverage.

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