Resources

Fact sheets

Fact sheet: Top Ten Reasons, Ten critical facts that everyone should know about the export terminal at Cove Point.

Fact sheet: Get the facts on the dangers of fracked gas exports at Cove Point versus the benefits of expanding Maryland’s clean energy supply.

Fact Sheet: Get the facts on how the proposed Cove Point LNG export facility threatens southern Maryland.

Fact Sheet: Answering Questions about Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) – by Americans Against Fracking, April 2014

Fliers

Download a flier that you can print and hand out here: WE ARE COVE POINT Flier3a

Songs:

Song sheet

More resources!

Video: Safety in Lusby, MD: What’s at risk at Cove Point by Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Download the Cove Point Infographic: Cove Point Infographic

Dominion Study Confirms Climate Risks of Lifecycle Methane Leakage from Exporting Liquefied Natural Gas

Dominion Fracked Gas Facility Explosion: Get the facts about the as-yet-unexplained explosion at the Dominion Blue Racer facility in West Virginia. Why did a Dominion fracked gas facility explode this past September? Environmental health, community and faith groups demand answers.

Download a map of Maryland’s Gas Basins: Maryland Gas Basins counties

Statements of opposition to similar terminal at Sparrow’s Point in Maryland:

Department of Homeland Security: BALTIMORE COUNTY OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY – Copy

Fire Chief: BALTIMORE COUNTY FIRE CHIEF John Hohman

Governor Martin O’Malley: O’Malley 90 page advisory

New Study Says US Fracking Boom Will Fade Quickly After 2020: Click here to read the article.

Blast at US LNG Site Casts Spotlight on Natural Gas Safety

A Bridge to Nowhere: Methane Emissions and the Greenhouse Gas Footprint of Natural Gas by Robert W. Howarth of Cornell University

Lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions analysis – Download the presentation here: Lifecycle-GHG-Cove-Point-ppt on the lifecycle greenhouse gas impact of Cove Point LNG exports vs. coal, showing Cove Point would trigger as much or more lifecycle greenhouse gas pollution than all seven of Maryland’s coal-fired power plants combined. Click here to view a related summary of recent studies on climate-harming methane leakage from the gas production process.