Fall River Hess LNG Terminal Plan Terminated

Thursday, July 07, 2011

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commissionofficially vacated the certificate issued on July 15, 2005 that approved construction of Hess LNG’s proposed liquefied natural gas terminal. On June 20,  Hess LNG announced iit was withdrawing its application to construct an LNG terminal on the banks of the Taunton River and the related off-shore berthing station that was proposed for Mount Hope Bay in the waters of Somerset.

 
Source:  Taunton Daily Gazette
 
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