May 2006

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HPIn Europe: Thorny issue: where long-distance gas comes ashor

In the case of the little campaign group versus the parties to the world's biggest hydrocarbon deal, it seems as if the positions are irreconcilable. The UK Court of Appeal disagrees. Last week, as I ..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In the case of the little campaign group versus the parties to the world's biggest hydrocarbon deal, it seems as if the positions are irreconcilable. The UK Court of Appeal disagrees. Last week, as I write, it found against the campaigners. The group believes it can and will carry on its case, and I suspect I won't be the only observer who also finds it hard to consider the matter closed. Therefore, in this column I'm returning, as I said I would, to operational aspects of Europe's largest LNG terminal, which is being built in Wales. You may remember that in my March column I wrote about general hazards associated with LNG spills. That article was a stop-gap. I'd planned to write about one

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