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FERC, Delaware Riverkeeper Skirmish Over Transco's Leidy Project

By David Bradley, Natural Gas Intelligence

Preliminary work on Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC’s (Transco) proposed Leidy Southeast expansion, which would relieve capacity constraints in the Marcellus Shale while serving local distribution companies along the Atlantic Seaboard, appear to be on hold pending the outcome of a lawsuit filed by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN). 503 more words


Atlantic Sunrise Natural Gas Pipeline Project Expected to Generate $1.6 Billion Economic Impact

Williams today announced that the design and construction of the Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline project will generate approximately $1.6 billion in additional wages, revenues and investments to the regional and state economies of Pennsylvania and Virginia, according to a… 357 more words

Making Progress at Rockaway

Our outreach team got a close-up look of the progress at the Rockaway Lateral pipeline project construction site.

The pipe is located about nine times as deep as an Olympic swimming pool. 182 more words

Another Pipeline Proposal Meets Opposition in Central PA

By Mark Gilger Jr, Republican Herald

PINE GROVE — Jack Zerbe II was about 10 years old when the Sunoco pipeline was built through his family’s farm in Washington Township, but he remembers that it took 15 to 20 years for production on that land to return to where it was before construction. 926 more words


Native Americans Fight to Keep Pipeline Off Their Land

Chief Carlos Whitewolf of Lancaster sings a Native American prayer in protest of a pipeline project. The protest was outside a Republican Party retreat. (NATASHA KHAN, PUBLICSOURCE) 1,269 more words


Williams Tower II

Williams Tower II Photograph by Mabry Campbell, Houston, Texas, 2012

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Even with Ban, New York Can't Escape Effects of Fracking

By Anne Meador

Last week Governor Andrew Cuomo banned fracking in New York, citing public health risks. Fracktivists rejoiced, relieved that their state won’t go the way of neighboring Pennsylvania. 1,025 more words