Comments for: Rockland company’s natural gas plan could spur extension of pipeline to midcoast

Posted April 20, 2013, at 11:40 a.m.

ROCKLAND | FMC BioPolymer, the city’s largest taxpayer and one of the region’s largest employers, is seeking approval to install four 35-foot-tall, 18,000-gallon tanks to store liquid natural gas as it works to convert its fuel source. The project, estimated at more than $5 million, would ensure the viability …

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