New York $ 1 billion offshore gas pipeline project denied

New York $ 1 billion offshore gas pipeline project denied


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New York environmental regulators, and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) rejected the permits sought by Williams Transco to build its Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project, which included a fracked gas pipeline into Raritan Bay…

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Read Full Article, New Jersey DEP denies permits sought for NESE pipeline project; Williams Company has no plans to refile (05-16-2020)
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) rejected the permits sought by Williams Transco to build its Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project, which included a fracked gas pipeline into Raritan Bay and a large compressor station in Franklin Township.The action follows the decision on May 15 by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration to reject the New York segment of the project…

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