ME PORTS: Maine Commissions Infrastructure Study

Maine ports stand to benefit from development of offshore wind generation, but must overcome persistent personnel shortages

ME PORTS: Maine Commissions Infrastructure Study

15.August, August ME – The State of Maine Governor’s Energy Office has contracted the Xodus Group to undertake an Offshore Wind Supply Chain and Workforce Opportunity Assessment (State of Maine RFP# 202105074), as an initial step toward developing Maine’s offshore wind assets. The Assessment is part of the Maine Offshore Wind Roadmap initiative, and will consume ~$300,000 of […]

LNG: Too Close for New England Rails

New England is appropriately deemed “energy hungry,” but we have a lot to choose from on the menu.

LNG: Too Close for New England Rails

Strong resistance to new pipeline construction in New England and downstate New York has been touted as an opportunity to develop a robust LNG-by-rail “virtual pipeline” to bring Marcellus natural gas to “energy starved New England. Despite a 2020 Presidential directive and subsequent USDOT rulemaking to encourage LNG-by-rail to New England, the mode needle has […]