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9 Arrested Protesting AIM Pipeline in Westchester County, NY

Amy Goodman for Democracy Now

Following the defeat of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, environmentalists continue to oppose other oil and gas pipelines across the country. 53 more words


Algonquin pipeline opponents arrested after blocking construction

by Akiko Matsuda for The Journal News

MONTROSE – Nine people were arrested Monday morning after blocking the entrance to Spectra Energy’s parking lot for the Algonquin pipeline construction. 33 more words


Arrests as Protesters Block Pipeline Staging Area in Montrose

by Lanning Taliaferro for The Patch

Nine people were arrested, according to Resist AIM, which opposes the fracked-gas project through Rockland, Westchester and Putnam counties.

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PennEast Has A Situation

In January 2015, Cheryl LaFleur, the now former chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission stated opposition to pipelines is unprecedented and we have a situation. 617 more words

Tell the FERC: No Fracked Gas Processing/Liquid Natural Gas Plant in Providence!

Today, October 26th, is the last day to submit a comment to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, telling them why they should not permit National Grid to build a Liquid Natural Gas plant on the Southside of Providence. 139 more words


AG Healey Urges FERC to Consider Pipeline Impact on Residents, Communities, Conservation Land & Climate Goals

BOSTON, MA — Attorney General Maura Healey today urged federal regulators to undertake a rigorous review of the impacts of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline before allowing the project to move forward. 646 more words


Fracking Opponents Shift Their Focus to Gas Pipelines

by Karen Dewitt for WXXI

Hydrofracking has been banned in New York State for nearly a year now,  but opponents of the natural gas extraction process have other concerns, including new pipelines. 67 more words