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  • LNG cuts off flow of money to Maine tribe

    Pleasant Point, Maine (AP)

    A company that hopes to build a liquefied natural gas terminal on Passamaquoddy tribal land in eastern Maine is suspending quarterly payments to the tribe.

    Quoddy Bay LNG, one of three developers seeking to build an LNG terminal in Maine, will forgo quarterly payments of $46,875 while the federal and state permit reviews are on hold.

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