Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Uh-Oh!: Bradwood Landing/NSNG Hits Another Snag!!!

Gas terminal proposed on the Columbia River hits new snag
By Ted Sickinger, The Oregonian
September 29, 2009, 7:47PM

The marathon regulatory review of a liquefied natural gas terminal proposed on the Columbia River just got longer.

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Peter said...

This is a very significant delay, and if the agencies persist in following the science the project may ultimately be denied. Northern Star should be expected to fast talk and obfuscate the import of this decision to deceive their investors.

But what the heck, let the people who are financing this joyride continue to lose money. It's their choice.

Patrick McGee said...

$100,000,000.00 is a pretty hefty piece of change to be pissed away by an Energy Speculator the likes of NSNG.

Funny thing is those investors are willing to risk it and you know for what?

Could it be the payoff is worth the gamble and all the players know it and all the hooey about energy futures, renewables, sustainables and transitioning from fossil fuels be damned?

Marc said...

Why no uproar over this by the pro-LNG gang huh?

Rather whine over some bullshit Oregonian editorial written by a Northern Star Natural Gas bullshit artist?

Anonymous said...

this isn't any big impediment to the ultimate goal-far from it--its just governmental read tape & smoke and mirrors...You're forgetting who is behind this new nat gas infrastructure and just how big this thing is gonna get over the next 20 -30 years. Bradwood is just part of it, not the whole enchilada. If you think the federal government has any interest in denying Bradwood be built, well, stick around-you're going to be severely disappointed.