Four western Maryland residents face criminal charges for blocking a Cumberland courthouse entrance to protest Dominion Resources’ plan to export natural gas.
The future of a massive, controversial construction project on the Chesapeake Bay for exporting natural gas could depend on one poorly written sentence.
The Energy Department on Wednesday gave Dominion Resources permission to export liquefied natural gas from its southern Maryland terminal to countries that don’t have free trade agreements with the United States.
The energy company Dominion Resources is suing the Maryland Department of the Environment over a decision blocking construction of a natural gas compressor station in Myersville.
A Maryland judge on Friday ruled in favor of Dominion Resources in a dispute with the Sierra Club, declaring that the Virginia-based energy company can export liquefied natural gas from an expanded terminal facility in Calvert County, Md.
Dominion Resources is filing suit challenging a claim by the Sierra Club, which says it has the right to block the company’s plans to export liquefied natural gas from a southern Maryland terminal.
Richmond, Va.-based Dominion Resources announced last week that it wants to export 1 billion cubic feet of liquefied natural gas per day through its terminal in Maryland.
Virginia regulators are holding hearings in Winchester and Purcellville in April to receive public comment on Dominion Virginia Power’s plan to rebuild a transmission line in northern Virginia.