The Baltimore Sun has an interesting article providing us an update on Dominion's Cove Point LNG terminal:  "For four decades, the owners of the liquefied natural gas terminal at Cove Point in Calvert County have given a pair of environmental groups a say over expansion of the sprawling complex, originally built to import fuel from abroad via the Chesapeake Bay. By all accounts, it's been a cordial, cooperative relationship. *** Now, though, that almost unheard-of pact between industry and its traditional adversaries is being tested, as the terminal's owner, Dominion Cove Point LNG, seeks federal approval to export liquefied natural gas through the terminal to lucrative foreign markets in Asia and elsewhere. *** Sierra Club representatives say they won't go along with the plan because they're worried about the impacts of liquefying gas and loading tankers on surrounding residents and the ecologically significant marsh on the terminal property. They also object because the converted terminal would be used to export natural gas from Pennsylvania and West Virginia that would be extracted using hydraulic fracturing *** ."