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>>Our work for better energy solutions:
Commonwealth Magazine – The invisible hand of Gordon van Welie
Commonwealth Magazine – Governors can wield influence over pipelines
Legislative Briefing – The Role of the Commonwealth in Preventing Overbuild of Natural Gas Infrastructure
>>Our work to prevent proposed gas overbuild:
The Kinder Morgan Tennessee Gas Pipeline Connecticut Expansion Project (CP14-529) impacting Southern Berkshire County (Town of Sandisfield) and Hampden County (Town of Agawam) in Massachusetts, Albany County New York, and Hartford County Connecticut to service Connecticut gas distributors.
The Spectra Algonquin Gas Pipeline Atlantic Bridge Project (CP16-9) impacting the Town of Weymouth in Massachusetts with the construction of a new compressor station, pipeline expansions in New York and Connecticut, reversal of the flow of the Maritimes & Northeast pipeline now from Dracut to Nova Scotia, and other upgrades.
The Kinder Morgan Tennessee Gas Pipeline Northeast Energy Direct Project (CP16-21) impacting Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.