LNG Export Project Could Pollute Water, Park Service Says

Law360, New York (May 22, 2013, 5:03 PM EDT) -- The National Park Service on Wednesday expressed concerns about the potential environmental impact of a proposed eastern Georgia terminal for the overseas export of natural gas, saying the project could lead to increased water pollution and shoreline erosion and harm a protected national monument.

The proposed project is a joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Kinder Morgan Inc. unit Southern Liquefaction Co. LLC. The companies are looking to build liquefaction and export facilities at Southern’s existing Elba Island LNG Terminal outside Savannah, Ga., that would...
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