British Petroleum will have to find another site for a planned $600 million natural gas terminal after the Supreme Court on Monday upheld Delaware’s right to nix the plan — even though the bulk of it would sit on New Jersey soil.

By a 6-2 vote, the Court ruled that Delaware can exercise what amounts to veto power over the project because a 2,000-foot pier would extend into parts of the Delaware River owned by Delaware.

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