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Delay urged on LNG facility

September 18, 2004

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Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly is urging federal regulators to hold off on approving a proposed Fall River liquefied natural gas terminal. Reilly told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that it "should defer any decision on the Weaver's Cove facility until true siting standards are in place and a regional plan is developed" that evaluates whether the Taunton River ... (Full Article: 583 Words)

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