Fri., March 30, 2012 5:39pm
A liquified natural gas importer announced today, it's withdrawing an application to restart trucking operations on Georgia's Elba Island. The decision by El Paso Corporation ends a two-year effort to move the hazardous fuel through the streets of Savannah, near schools, homes and hospitals.
Fri., May 20, 2011 3:51pm
There's no good route for trucks carrying liquefied natural gas through Savannah. That's the conclusion of a safety consultant hired to review a trucking proposal. Houston-based El Paso Corporation wants to put up to 58 trucks a day on Savannah roads.
Thu., August 26, 2010 3:56pm
Residents of some Savannah neighborhoods are upset over a plan to put liquefied natural gas tankers on area roadways. Houston-based El Paso Corporation has asked federal energy regulators for permission to load L-N-G at its Savannah-area ocean terminal and transport the material on roads to customers throughout the Southeast. The route would take the material near schools, homes and hospitals.