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Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.: deadline for comment on pipeline is flexible

A flurry of comments on Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.’s proposed Northeast Energy Direct project turned in recent days to a veritable blizzard with the approach of this past Monday’s official deadline for posting comments on the what should be included in the environmental impact statement that will be … 0

AG’s office may challenge pipeline gas contracts

The state Attorney General’s Office will have until Sept. 20 to decide whether to challenge a decision by the Department of Public Utilities to allow Berkshire Gas Co., Columbia Gas and National Grid to enter long-term supply contracts with the proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. Northeast Energy Direct … 0

Warwick must wait, reapply to FERC for proposed pipeline intervenor status

WARWICK — The Selectboard wants to apply for official intervenor status in the Kinder Morgan gas pipeline project but on Tuesday was denied — at least for now. According to an electronic response from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Warwick’s application couldn’t be processed since the Northeast Energy … 0

At-large Councilor Isaac Mass kicks off re-election campaign

GREENFIELD — At-large Town Councilor Isaac Mass is kicking off his campaign with an event that will celebrate both his re-election bid and 39th birthday. Over the next few months, Mass said he plans to focus on economic … 0

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