September 2007
Utility Week;9/28/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p17
Trade Publication
The article states that Ofgem has voiced further disquiet over the proposed new anti-hoarding arrangements at National Grid's Isle of Grain liquefied natural gas terminal in Kent, England. The energy regulator's worries were spelled out in a letter which warned that the existing exemption from regulated third party access to the facility would be reviewed if the measures proposed by BP and Sonatrach did not meet requirements for transparency.


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