It’s possible that I shall make an ass of myself. But in that case one can always get out of it with a little dialectic. I have, of course, so worded my proposition as to be right either way (K.Marx, Letter to F.Engels on the Indian Mutiny)
Saturday, November 25, 2006
Read Between The Lines
Liquified Natural Gas is creating a storm of controversy between the Canadian and US governments. While it appears to be an issue of protecting the environment, in reality it is about East Coast competition. The proposed LNG refinery being built in Maine would be in competition with those being built in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Read between the lines.
LNG: The Great Divide The United States says Canada will be violating international laws by refusing to allow liquefied natural gas tankers through Head Harbour Canada says LNG tankers in Head Harbour are environmentally dangerous, potential threats and just plain not wanted