Platts, which is a division of McGraw Hill Financial, recently published a story regarding investors and environmentalists’ concerns around the Dominion Energy’s proposed export of liquefied natural gas from Cove Point, Maryland.
Rodney White writes:
“A coalition of four environmental and shareholder groups opened a new front in their campaign to block the export of liquefied natural gas from Dominion’s Cove Point terminal in Maryland by filing a complaint with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.
Trillium Asset Management, As You Sow, Earthjustice and Chesapeake Climate Action Network said Dominion “has potentially omitted or inadequately disclosed significant risks to potential investors as it seeks permission to raise project funds through a sale of stock.”
You can read the entire story here.