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March 11th, 2008

BROADWATER LETTERS | Newsday.com: “‘States win if Broadwater dies’ by Richard Blumenthal implores us to repudiate ‘a false dichotomy between environmental protection and energy supply.’ Yet, his arguments ignore the facts and widen the perceived chasm between energy and the environment.” The writer is senior vice president and regional project director of Broadwater Energy. “Expect

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Today’s Headlines

March 6th, 2008

BROADWATER Shell pitches fuel before Broadwater approved | NHRegister.com: “Shell Energy North America announced Wednesday that it has begun marketing the natural gas that would be supplied by the still-unapproved Broadwater floating liquefied natural gas terminal, but state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal responded by saying, ‘Shell is marketing a mirage.’” LOCAL GSV hopes drilling methods

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Today’s Headlines

February 28th, 2008

BROADWATER A letter to the editor of Newsday from NY state Sen. Carl L. Marcellino in response to Blumenthal’s article earlier this week: Home insurers must be prudent — Newsday.com: “Yes, it is time to foster a partnership between our two states. Blumenthal’s words are encouraging, but New York needs a partner, not a cheerleader.”

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Today’s Headlines

February 27th, 2008

BROADWATER A letter to the editor of the Connecticut Post: Doesn’t appreciate Broadwater plan | The Connecticut Post Online: “Broadwater invites you to the region’s newest industrial park — Long Island Sound.” LNG opportunities offered by Shell | Gasworld.com News: “Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Ltd. has announced that it will begin recruiting US

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Today’s Headlines

February 26th, 2008

BROADWATER An op-ed in Newsday from Connecticut Atty. Gen. Richard Blumenthal: NY State must kill Broadwater to benefit public | Newsday.com: “…Broadwater can – and legally must – be avoided because there are much safer, less environmentally damaging proposals that would provide New York and New England with 10 times more natural gas than Broadwater.”

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Today’s Headlines

February 12th, 2008

BROADWATER Connecticut Leaders Lobby Against L.I. Gas Terminal | TheDay.com: “Hartford — Connecticut leaders said Monday that they were working to persuade New York officials to deny state permits for a liquefied natural gas terminal in Long Island Sound.” E. Haven mayor joins LNG fight | NHRegister.com: “HARTFORD — East Haven Mayor April Capone Almon

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Today’s Headlines

February 11th, 2008

BROADWATER Not In A New York Minute | TheDay.com: “The fact that New York is negotiating is troubling. It should join with Connecticut in saying no to Broadwater. That it delayed the opportunity to do so is cause for concern.” LOCAL Iroquois executives act like bullies toward Brookfield | NewsTimes.com: “THUMBS DOWN to Iroquois pipeline

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Today’s Headlines

February 7th, 2008

BROADWATER Showdown at Broadwater | Fairfield County Weekly : “Connecticut officials say they?ll sue to keep a natural gas terminal out of Long Island Sound. But the fate of the project may be decided in New York next week.” LOCAL Judge dismisses Iroquois lawsuit | NewsTimes.com: “BROOKFIELD – A federal judge Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit

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Today’s Headlines

February 3rd, 2008

LOCAL No Pedestrian Trail — Courant.com: “After more than five years of study, the prospect of the 190-mile-long Metacomet-Monadnock-Mattabesett Trail in Connecticut and Massachusetts being incorporated into the national scenic trail system appears tantalizingly close.” Town weighs Cytec wastewater plan – www.MyRecordJournal.com: “WALLINGFORD – Officials from the town and Cytec Industries Inc. are still testing

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January 29th, 2008

Click here to view Bob Englehart’s recent editorial cartoons. A Long Island Sound Tunnel? – Courant.com | Editorial: “A businessman’s proposal to build the world’s longest highway tunnel under the western end of Long Island Sound is breathtakingly ambitious. It also flies in the face of sensible transportation policy.” Rail ratings on the rise –

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Today’s Headlines

January 7th, 2008

LOCAL Little Choice For Power — Courant.com: “The article on nuclear power in Connecticut [Page 1, Jan. 1, 'Hope Dim For Nuclear Power In State'] could have been named ‘Hope Dim For Energy In Connecticut.’” NewsTimes.com – Ridgefield development at heart of hearing: “RIDGEFIELD — Eureka V’s plans to build 389 housing units on its

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