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AG Asks National Grid To Drop Appeal Of FERC Ruling

Law360 (September 14, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Rhode Island attorney general has implored National Grid PLC to drop its appeal of a federal regulatory ruling barring it from building a liquefied natural gas terminal in the state's capital.

Attorney General Patrick Lynch's concerns about the plan to establish a liquefied natural gas terminal at Fields Point in Providence, R.I. were assuaged in June 2005, when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rejected the proposal presented by KeySpan LNG, which National Grid has since acquired.

But in a letter to Michael Ryan, president of...
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