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October 20, 2016

BROWNSVILLE, TX -- On Wednesday afternoon, community members from Save RGV from LNG  voiced strong opposition over the Brownsville Navigation District’s Board of Commissioners vote to allow a lease extension option for Texas LNG and for negotiations to begin to lease 40 acres for a pipeline compressor station for the proposed Valley Crossing Pipeline to be operat...

July 29, 2016

Last week Annova LNG officially filed their application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).  That means the clock is ticking on filing motions to intervene for any individual or group that will be directly impacted.  Only intervenors will be able to challenge FERC's decision the Annova LNG project. Motions will be accepted by FERC until Tuesday,...

May 22, 2016

It would be hard to imagine a project more damaging than Next Decade’s Rio Grande LNG export terminal near Port Isabel, the largest of the three LNG export terminals proposed for the Brownsville ship channel.

 

The 1,000-acre industrial complex would be among the largest LNG terminals in the United States and would sprawl along Highway 48 from Brownsville to Port I...

April 28, 2016

 

PORT ISABEL, TEXAS—One of the three liquefied natural gas (LNG) companies proposing to build an export terminal near Port Isabel has taken a step forward in the regulatory process, and Rio Grande Valley residents now have an opportunity to make sure their interests are represented.  

 

This month Texas LNG, LLC. formally filed their application with the...

May 19, 2015

An Enormous and Enormously Destructive Facility

 

Next Decade plans to build a sprawling 1000-acre liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility that will stretch along Highway 48 from Brownsville to Port Isabel for two and a half miles. They'll build two 300-megawatt gas-fired power generators onsite to fuel 6 natural gas liquefaction trains, and 4 storage tanks whi...

May 16, 2015

The Worst Possible Place for Heavy Industry

The land Annova LNG has leased encompasses 650 acres of the Loma Ecological Preserve.  Lomas on the preserve have been called “miniature Galapagos Islands”[1] and are such critical wildlife habitat that until recently Annova’s LNG terminal site was leased by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife as a part of the wildlife corridor....

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