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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday granted preliminary approval to Texas Gas Transmission LLC’s $81 million plan to build a 22.5-mile natural gas pipeline across Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, saying that the project would have no significant environmental impact despite its potential harm to two endangered native bat species.
Undislosed conflicts of interest in NJSpotlight Roundtable
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Yes, that’s right. Thomas Bracken, talking up all the wonderful advantages of natural gas pipeline expansion, never bothered to disclose that he sat on the board of the directors of one of the companies under discussion.
More from New England. Paul Lauenstein is a Freelance water conservation advocate & member of WSCAC, the Water Supply Citizens. Advisory Committee.
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Some claim that replacing coal-fired power plants with gas-fired power plants helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Nature study on greenhouse gas feedback mechanisms between the atmosphere, sea ice and ocean
From the ALFRED WEGENER INSTITUTE, HELMHOLTZ CENTRE FOR POLAR AND MARINE RESEARCH… 676 more words