EPA requests more time to review Cove Point LNG project

According to local report, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for a 30-day extension to conduct a review of Dominion Resources Inc’s Cove Point LNG project in Maryland, USA.

Reuters reports that the EPA sent the request in a letter to FERC earlier this month, requesting additional time to “allow the agency to compile comments from its regional associate internal reviewers and the required need for EPA headquarters' review.”

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Published on 10/06/2014

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