California LNG project proposals run into military opposition

06/14/2004
The commanding general of the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, Calif., has notified US and state officials of his opposition to any proposed construction of an LNG terminal either at the military base or offshore from it. Maj. Gen. William G. Bowdon last month made his objections known to the US Coast Guard and the California State Lands Commission—the two agencies tasked with assessing the environmental impact of proposed LNG facilities along the California coast. Bowdon told both agencies in a letter that he opposes any plans for LNG facilities at or near Camp Pendleton, which has been identified as either a primary or alternative site for three separate offshore LNG proposals....
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