October 2007
Utility Week;10/12/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports that the British Health & Safety Executive has started an inquiry into the death of a worker at the South Hook liquefied natural gas terminal at Milford Haven. Other workers on the barge were rescued by boat or pulled from the water. The accident is not expected to delay significantly the completion of the terminal.


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