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Irving LNG Port, St. John New Brunswick. The proposed Energy East pipeline terminal and tanker port would be adjacent to this port. Tanker traffic would vastly increase along coastal New Brunswick as a result of the proposed Energy East Tar Sands Pipeline and present a significant threat to the ecology and the fishing and tourist economy of this beautiful region. The Irving refinery and tanker port in St. John New Brunswick would be the site for hundreds of tankers leaving annually from the port laden with toxic tar sand bitumen diluted with natural gas condensate.
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Irving LNG Port, St. John New Brunswick. The proposed Energy East pipeline terminal and tanker port would be adjacent to this port. Tanker traffic would vastly increase along coastal New Brunswick as a result of the proposed Energy East Tar Sands Pipeline and  present a significant threat to the ecology and the fishing and tourist economy of this beautiful region. The Irving refinery and tanker port in St. John New Brunswick would be the site for hundreds of tankers leaving annually from the port laden with toxic tar sand bitumen diluted with natural gas condensate.