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Case No: C1/2007/1518
Neutral Citation Number:  EWCA Civ 1403
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
COURT OF APPEAL (CIVIL DIVISION)
ON APPEAL FROM QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION, ADMINISTRATICE COURT
(MR JUSTICE BEATSON)
Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL
Date: Friday, 30th November 2007
LORD JUSTICE TOULSON
LORD JUSTICE BUXTON
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THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF HARDY
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A CAMPAIGN group has renewed safety fears about one of the most controversial energy projects ever to involve Wales ahead of the first delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
From this week, ships carrying LNG will dock at Milford Haven, from where the gas will be piped across the country to Gloucestershire, where it will join the National Grid.
The Safe Haven fought a long, and ultimately unsuccessful battle to stop the project, claiming the safety risk was too high - an allegation rejected by all parties involved in the project, the regulators and the courts.
As the supertanker containing the first ever consignment of liquified natural gas (LNG) nears Milford Haven's newly constructed storage facility, a safety campaign group has released an independent report which, they say, highlights a "black hole" in the safety regulation of LNG marine operations.