No LNG Export on the Delaware River!
The Gibbstown Logistics Center deepwater port is currently being built on the former DuPont Repauno explosives factory property on the Delaware River in Gloucester County, NJ. New Fortress Energy and its subsidiary Delaware River Partners want to construct a second new dock at the Gibbstown terminal to export Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL). This would triple the number of berths for ships and turn the site into a massive gas export terminal, with many hundreds of trucks and rail cars per day delivering flammable and hazardous LNG and NGL for export down the Delaware River for sale overseas, at no benefit for our residents. This threatens communities in all three states that share the estuary, harms the river and endangers the life in it, and risks accidents, spills, fire and explosions to residents and those along the transit routes. The NGL would be stored in tanks or the site’s underground cavern and the LNG would be loaded from trucks directly to ships, 24/7, every day, an inherently risky process with Gibbstown’s homes, schools and businesses lining the site’s borders.

No one should have to live in fear of an explosion or catastrophic fire in their backyard. The river cannot be sacrificed for dangerous LNG export. Add your name to oppose this dangerous project!
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