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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...

February 15, 2016

To help inform the voting decisions of saveRGVfromLNG supporters, we emailed Cameron County Primary Election ballot candidates questions concerning LNG, LNG tax abatements, climate change and overall candidate's prioritized issues.  We omitted candidates for Judges and Constable positions, because of their non-involvement in policy decisions, and we've notated wh...

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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