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Downeast LNG import/export
project failure is pending.

> Failed <
Calais LNG
was dismissed
from permitting by FERC
on 2012 Apr 4 — the second
LNG terminal applicant ever
to be dismissed by FERC.
> Failed <
Quoddy Bay LNG was dismissed
from permitting by FERC
on 2008 Oct 17 — the first LNG
terminal applicant ever to be
dismissed by FERC.

>>> ANNOUNCEMENTS <<<

Posted 2014 Oct 18

Save Passamaquoddy Bay
3-Nation Alliance
Celebrates!

Bob Godfrey
Wins
The 2014 NRCM People's Choice Award
for
Conservation Leadership



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2014

FERC Public Scoping Meeting
Downeast LNG Import-Export Project

— Scoping Period Ends 2014 Nov 3 —

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NOTABLE QUOTE(S):

FERC Office of Energy Projects

"The project would be capable of producing 3 million metric tonnes per annum of LNG and 100 standard cubic feet per day of regasified LNG." [Bold emphasis added.]

PDF filePre-Filing Review for the Downeast LNG Import-Export Project Docket No. PF14-19-000, distributed to the public at the 2014 Sep 16 Downeast LNG Open House in Robbinston (PDF; 958 KB).

WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS: The 100 standard cubic feet per day of regasified LNG that FERC says Downeast LNG would produce is equivalent to the methane output of 6–12 cows.



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Oct 20

FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Formal Filing Comment Submissions > Downeast LNG — CP07-52, CP07-53, CP07-54, CP07-55 > 2014 October

  • Oct 20
    • Passamaquoddy tribal Historic Preservation OfficeThe Passamaquoddy Tribe opposes Downeast LNG's proposed use of Motewolon Ponapsq spirit person rock (a.k.a., Pulpit Rock); proposed terminal obstruction of its Tribal use; and the site's loss of tranquility that would occur due to the proposed terminal. Also opposed is the pipeline route through land, waters, and near islands used by the Tribe.
       
      The Tribe's position is "supported by authority of federal laws regarding historic properties and significant religious and cultural properties in accordance with of NHPA, NEPA, AIRFA, NAGPRA, ARPA, Executive Order 13007 Indian Sacred Sites, Executive Order 13175 Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments, and Executive Order 12898 Environmental Justice."

News Stories & Editorial > October 20 [For faster page loading, go to our Latest News page.]

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Announcements > 2014 > October

  • Oct 18Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance Celebrates!
    Bob Godfrey
    Wins the Natural Resources Council of Maine
    2014 People's Choice Award for Conservation Leadership
FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Pre-Filing Comment Submissions > Monthly Listings of Pre-filing Comments > Downeast LNG — PF14-19 > 2014 October
  • Oct 15
    • Downeast Liquefaction, LLC Downeast Pipeline, LLC Downeast LNG, Inc. Downeast LNG announces it is delaying filing its Resource Reports until after the Scoping Period, indicating it will file them in the middle of November.
       
  • Oct 17
    • ENERGY PROJECTS, OFFICE OF [FERC]Summary of Bi-Weekly Conference Call of 2014 Sep 29 among FERC, Downeast Liquefaction, and Tetra Tech. Draft Resource Report 13 is anticipated to be filed late 2014 or early 2015. The Waterway Suitability Assessment is being updated as per Coast Guard request. FERC is working on completing Notice of Intent to Prepare Environmental Impact Statement (liquefaction and export supplement to existing import EIS).

Oct 14

FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Pre-Filing Comment Submissions > Monthly Listings of Pre-filing Comments > Downeast LNG — PF14-19 > 2014 October

  • Oct 14
    • Save Passamaquoddy BaySave Passamaquoddy Bay points to FERC's conflict of interest in acting as proxy for Downeast LNG.
       
    • Downeast Liquefaction, LLC; Downeast LNG, Inc.; Downeast Pipeline, LLCDowneast LNG lists project activities, including surveys, stakeholder communications, and agency meetings.

FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Formal Filing Comment Submissions > Downeast LNG — CP07-52, CP07-53, CP07-54, CP07-55 > 2014 October

  • Oct 14
    • Save Passamaquoddy BaySave Passamaquoddy Bay points to FERC's conflict of interest in acting as proxy for Downeast LNG.
       

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  • 2014 Sep 11"Downeast LNG [would be] … capable of producing … 100 standard cubic feet per day … of regasified LNG."

> FERC

Downeast LNG said it, we didn't

NEW: FERC said it, we didn't

  • 2014 Sep 16"The [Downeast LNG] project would be capable of producing … 100 standard cubic feet per day of regasified LNG."

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  • Oct 4Good authority indicates that Downeast LNG's publicist is now Dianna Graettinger.

    Ms. Graettinger was a Washington County Bangor Daily News reporter from the onset of LNG proposals in Passamaquoddy Bay (2004). She retired from the newspaper on 2009 June 25.

Calendar > 2014 October

  • Oct 22FERC Downeast LNG Import-Export Public Scoping Meeting at Robbinston School, 7 PM ET / 8 PM AT.
FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Pre-Filing Comment Submissions > Monthly Listings of Pre-filing Comments > Downeast LNG — PF14-19 > 2014 October
  • Oct 3
    • FERC SECRETARY OF THE COMMISSIONAnnouncing Scoping period (ending November 3), Scoping Public Meeting (October 22, at Robbinston School), and plan to prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS), to augment the existing EIS.

Oct 2

FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Pre-Filing Comment Submissions > Monthly Listings of Pre-filing Comments > Downeast LNG — PF14-19 > 2014 October

  • Oct 2
    • Save Passamaquoddy Bay — Downeast LNG has taken no action in over one week to correct its official Resource Report 1 filing to the docket. In that filing, Downeast LNG reported it intends to regasify a puny 100 standard cubic feet per day of LNG to natural gas — less volume than 5'x5'x5'. Since the applicant has not filed a correction, the 100 standard cubic feet per day must be the correct intended volume.
       
      Since the volume of regasified LNG is of insignificant value to US natural gas consumers, Downeast LNG is violating the public interest. Therefore, Save Passamaquoddy Bay petitions FERC to summarily dismiss the Downeast LNG Import Project (Docket No. CP07-52).

FERC > LNG Project Review Process > eLibrary Dockets > Formal Filing Comment Submissions > Downeast LNG — CP07-52, CP07-53, CP07-54, CP07-55 > 2014 October

  • Oct 2
    • Save Passamaquoddy Bay — Downeast LNG has taken no action in over one week to correct its official Resource Report 1 filing to the docket. In that filing, Downeast LNG reported it intends to regasify a puny 100 standard cubic feet per day of LNG to natural gas — less volume than 5'x5'x5'. Since the applicant has not filed a correction, the 100 standard cubic feet per day must be the correct intended volume.
       
      Since the volume of regasified LNG is of insignificant value to US natural gas consumers, Downeast LNG is violating the public interest. Therefore, Save Passamaquoddy Bay petitions FERC to summarily dismiss the Downeast LNG Import Project (Docket No. CP07-52).

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