FERC issues final EIS for LNG project near Baltimore

12/15/2008
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission identified additional adverse environmental impacts as it issued a final environmental impact statement (EIS) on Dec. 5 for a proposed LNG project outside Baltimore.However the staff said such impacts would be “mostly limited” from the LNG import terminal and associated pipeline. The conclusion in the final EIS was similar to one reached in its draft EIS of the project Apr. 25, which noted that AES Corp. plans to build the terminal within an industrial port setting at Sparrows Point. The facility would be capable of storing up to 480,000 cu m of LNG with a base-load send-out rate of 1.5 bcfd of revaporized natural gas, FERC said.Mary...
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