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Plan for underwater natural gas terminal off Jones Beach stirs controversy

The plan would put an underwater liquefied natural

The plan would put an underwater liquefied natural gas terminal about 19 miles off of Jones Beach. (July 1, 2013 6:00 PM)

Long Island is no stranger to discussions about building natural gas terminals off its shores, but a new plan that's gaining momentum has some residents on the South Shore worried that the project could soon become a reality. The plan would put an underwater liquefied natural gas terminal about 19 miles off of Jones Beach. Dubbed Port Ambrose, the terminal would be visited by tankers eight to 10...

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