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  1. Natural Gas Pipeline: PennEast proposed gas pipeline gets water quality approval

      HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A natural gas pipeline project proposed to run from northeastern Pennsylvania to central New Jersey has gotten a key permit from Pennsylvania. The PennEast Pipeline Company said Monday it received a water quality certification from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. The certification is a prerequisite for final approval before federal regulators who are still reviewing the roughly 120-mile, $1 billion project. PennEast says the certification shows the company's plan would minimize environmental impact. Environmental groups oppose the project saying it could harm wildlife by damaging habitats. They say they're hopeful New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection won't approve the project. The approval came as the pipeline's application is stalled at the moment before the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee, which lacks the quorum needed to approve projects.

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    Wed, 15 Feb 2017

  2. Oil and Gas: Pipeline projects in limbo as energy commissioner departs

    Major natural gas pipeline projects along the East Coast and Midwest face uncertainty as the federal agency that oversees the work loses a commissioner and will be unable to decide on projects indefinitely under President Donald Trump.

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    Tue, 7 Feb 2017

  3. PennEast gas pipeline in a tailspin of delay and uncertainty

    PennEast's proposed gas pipeline project in NJ and PA is considerably delayed in gaining necessary approvals from the FERC and state agencies, affected by widespread opposition by legislators, regulatory agencies and the public.

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    Fri, 10 Jun 2016

  4. FERC timeline delays PennEast pipeline project

    A timeline just released by the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) sets back the possible FERC approval of the PennEast pipeline by at least seven months, according to Tom Gilbert, campaign director, ReThink Energy NJ and New Jersey Conservation Foundation. 

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    Thu, 31 Mar 2016

  1. PennEast Pipeline files FERC application to proceed with pipeline construction

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    Fri, 25 Sep 2015

  2. PennEast files formal application with FERC

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC submitted its application on Sept. 24 to the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a permit to proceed with construction of the proposed PennEast Pipeline.

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    Sat, 26 Sep 2015

  3. Spectra becomes newest member in PennEast Pipeline project

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC says that Spectra Energy Partners (NYSE: SEP) has joined in the development of its PennEast Pipeline. The proposed interstate natural gas pipeline will transport natural gas to meet growing energy demand in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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    Thu, 30 Oct 2014

  4. PennEast to build $1-billion Marcellus pipeline

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC plans to construct a $1-billion, 100-mile pipeline extending from Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania to Transco’s Trenton-Woodbury interconnection in New Jersey.

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    Tue, 12 Aug 2014

  5. Regulators urged to move faster on Pennsylvania pipeline projects

    Three Pennsylvania trade associations called on federal and state regulators to move more quickly on their reviews of proposed natural gas pipelines in the commonwealth. Prolonged delays of decisions could hurt not only producers unable to get their gas and gas liquids to markets, but also local ...

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    Fri, 30 Sep 2016

  6. Hundreds march to protest proposed natural gas pipeline

    Several hundred protesters turned out Saturday to march across the Delaware River in opposition to a proposed 114-mile pipeline that would shuttle natural gas from Pennsylvania to New Jersey.

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    Mon, 24 Aug 2015

  7. Spectra and NU grow alliance for Access Northeast project

    Spectra Energy Corp., Spectra Energy Partners, and Northeast Utilities report that their Access Northeast project has formed an alliance with Iroquois Gas Transmission System LP to provide New England with additional access to natural gas supplies.

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    Tue, 9 Dec 2014

  8. Crestwood concludes non-binding open season for MARC II pipeline

    Crestwood Midstream Partners LP reports that its subsidiary, Central New York Oil & Gas Co. LLC (CNYOG), which owns the North-South and MARC I pipelines and the Stagecoach storage facility, has concluded a non-binding open season to solicit interest for firm transportation of natural gas on a ...

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    Tue, 21 Oct 2014