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Published on Oct 14, 2014
For over a year, citizens in Lusby, Maryland have been fighting to protect their community from a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal proposed by Virginia-based Dominion Resources. This documentary-style video explains the safety risks facing residents living near Cove Point.
Dominion's $3.8 billion project was recently approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission without a full environmental impact statement or a basic quantitative risk assessment that would show residents the extent to which explosion, flash fire or other LNG disasters could threaten their homes.
In responds, groups are challenging the federal order approving the facility, and filed a motion for a rehearing at FERC on October 16, 2014.