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A federal environmental review has concluded that a natural-gas pipeline from the Bahamas to Florida's Broward County would have little impact on coral reefs, wetlands or public safety, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel (July 2, 2003). The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released a favorable draft environmental impact statement, indicating the commission is edging toward approving AES Corp.'s plans for a 94-mile pipeline that would come ashore in Dania Beach. The gas would serve as fuel for power plants.

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Title Annotation:AES Corp. plans pipeline between Bahamas, Broward County, Florida
Publication:Caribbean Update
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2003
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