Comments for: LNG company president unbowed by Canadian opposition to proposed plant in Robbinston

Posted Jan. 11, 2013, at 6:52 p.m.

ROBBINSTON | Despite opposition from several fronts, Downeast LNG, Inc. will push ahead to seek approval for a liquified natural gas terminal in Robbinston, company president Dean Girdis said Thursday. This week, St. Andrews Mayor Stan Choptiany sent a letter to the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission reaffirming …

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