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Item no c 3

Item No. C- 3

KeySpan LNG & Algonquin Gas Transmission Pipeline

June 30, 2005


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Item no c 3 list of public meetings

Item No. C- 3 List of Public Meetings.

  • June 3, 2004:  Scoping Meeting (Providence)

  • June 4, 2004:  Publically-attended Site Inspection (KeySpan Facility)

  • July 7, 2004:  Scoping Meeting (Providence; Fields Point Area)

  • July 8, 2004:  Scoping Meeting (Middletown)

  • January 11, 2005:  DEIS Comment Meeting (Providence; Fields Point Area)

  • January 12, 2005:  DEIS Comment Meeting (Middletown)


Item no c 3

Item No. C- 3

KeySpan LNG, L.P.

  • 50 LNG tankers per year

  • 375,000 Mcf per day into Algonquin’s proposed facilities

  • up to 150,000 Mcf per day of vaporized LNG to New England Gas

  • 20,000 Mcf per day from its truck loading


Item no c 3 keyspan lng l p current federal safety standards not met

Item No. C- 3 KeySpan LNG, L.P.Current Federal Safety Standards Not Met

  • LNG storage tank impoundment designed to 100 percent of the tank contents rather than 110 percent;

  • thermal radiation & flammable vapor exclusion zones extend offsite onto adjacent properties;

  • evaluation by a seismic consultant required to determine existing tank compliance with the 2001 edition of the NFPA, which increased the stringency and complexity of the seismic requirements.


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