Located in federal waters approximately 10 miles off the coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts, the Neptune LNG Deepwater Port is existing New England infrastructure that can provide up to 0.5 billion cubic of gas during peak gas demand periods in the region. The port consists of a dual buoy system for specially designed shuttle and regasification vessels to moor, convert the liquefied natural gas into vapor, and discharge the fuel into a subsea pipeline.
Boating Safety Information & Map
A safety message for boaters, along with a map of the Neptune buoys and the ocean-floor pipeline, is available here.
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