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Kinder Morgan has proposed a route for a natural gas pipeline through New Ipswich and other nearby towns. The original route through Massachusetts was met with much resistance, so this alternative routed was chosen.
Kinder Morgan has posted a data sheet on their website explaining the benefits to the town with the possibility of gas service. Considering our population density, that seems unlikely.
There will be public hearings in January (see bolded text below)
|Tennessee Gas Pipeline Adopts New Routes via Existing Utility Corridors in New Hampshire and New York for Proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project|
“While evaluating the feasibility of possible routes, which is a critical part of the regulatory review prior to building a pipeline, as we committed to do when we started this process, we have listened to stakeholders and taken their comments and concerns seriously,” said East Region Pipelines President
With the adoption of the New York Powerline Alternative and the New Hampshire Powerline Alternative, the proposed revised route will now include: approximately 188 miles of new and co-located mainline pipeline facilities, including about 53 miles of pipeline generally co-located with TGP’s existing 200 Line and an existing power utility corridor in western
TGP plans to host open houses in the project area beginning in mid
This news release includes forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties and are based on the beliefs and assumptions of management, based on information currently available to them. Although
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