Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Chevron-Texaco-Coronado-Islands-Survey-27MZIFLFD2ZH.htmlConceptually similarChevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyGP01GYNCompleted★★★★Chevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyGP01GYMCompleted★★★★Chevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyGP01GYLCompleted★★★★Chevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyGP01GYJCompleted★★★★Information Poster in San IgnacioGP0142JCompleted★★★★Information Poster in San IgnacioGP0ZOLCompleted★★★★Information Poster in San IgnacioGP0CU7Completed★★★★Salt Beds in San IgnacioGP019M8Completed★★★★Grey whale in Scammon lagoon, Guerrero Negro, MexicoGP01CTGCompleted★★★★View AllGP01GYKChevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyBiologist Tom Oberbauer, left, talks to political representatives and the media as they travel on board a research vessel and the Greenpeace ship MV Arctic Sunrise to the proposed site of Chevron Texaco's liquid natural gas (LNG) facilities.Locations:Baja California-Baja California Peninsula-Coronado Islands-Mexico-North America-Pacific OceanDate:7 Sep, 2004Credit:© Earl Cryer / Zuma Press / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2000px X 1312pxKeywords:Chevron Corporation-Fossil fuel (energy)-KWCI (GPI)-Liquid Natural Gas (LNG)-Oceans (campaign title)-Offshore drilling-Outdoors-Scientists-Three peopleShoot:Chevron Texaco Coronado Islands SurveyCalifornia state legislators, biologists, the media and Greenpeace travel on board a research vessel and the Greenpeace ship MV Arctic Sunrise to the proposed site of Chevron Texaco's liquid natural gas (LNG) facilities on the Coronado Islands. Located off the Baja Californian Coast of Mexico, the islands are an important habitat for wildlife and home to one of the most diverse seabird colonies, gray whales and harbor seals. All face devastation from the construction of a LNG terminal. The research tour coincides with the release of a report produced by Greenpeace 'Liquid Natural Gas: A Roadblock to a Clean Energy Future'. The report provides the first comprehensive analysis of why LNG is unsafe, unnecessary and unjust.