A federal court has refused to halt construction of a liquefied natural gas export facility in southern Maryland while it weighs a legal challenge to the project’s approval.
The House has passed Republican-backed legislation aimed at speeding up the approval of liquefied natural gas exports.
Four western Maryland residents face criminal charges for blocking a Cumberland courthouse entrance to protest Dominion Resources’ plan to export natural gas.
A Virginia-based energy company is submitting a 12,000-page application to federal regulators to build a $3.4 billion plant in southern Maryland to export liquefied natural gas.
A Maryland agency has announced the opening of the state’s first trade office in Africa.
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.