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Mon December 8, 2014
Energy

Shale gas pipeline developer threatens to seize land using eminent domain provisions

Credit http://constitutionpipeline.com/

 

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The developer of a $750 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania into New York is threatening to seize land from reluctant landowners through eminent domain.

A letter obtained by the Albany Times Union tells landowners who have refused to sell rights-of-way for the Constitution Pipeline that they have until Wednesday to accept offered prices. After that, developers will take them to court to force such sales for possibly less money.

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11:23am

Thu December 4, 2014
Energy

Shale gas line to the Northeast gets federal nod

Credit http://constitutionpipeline.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/updated-constitution-line-system-map_reve.pdf

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) _ Federal energy regulators have approved a $700 million pipeline project designed to bring cheap Marcellus Shale natural gas from Pennsylvania into high-priced markets in New England and New York.

 The project's backers said Wednesday that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's approval means the 124-mile Constitution Pipeline could be built and operational by next winter, if it gets the remaining regulatory approvals from Pennsylvania, New York and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in a timely fashion.

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12:57pm

Fri August 1, 2014
Energy

Finger Lakes say 'no' to storing natural gas liquids

Michael Warren Thomas host of Savor Life a Rochester based radio show about Finger Lakes wine and food.
Jenna Flanagan Innovation Trail

Winery owners are stepping up their pressure on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reject a proposal to store natural gas liquids in the salt caverns along scenic Seneca Lake.

A small but passionate group of career vineyard farmers and winery owners had one united message to deliver to Albany Wednesday.

“We demand that Governor Cuomo do the right thing and deny all these permits for gas storage on the west side of Seneca Lake,” says Doug Hazlet, a Seneca Lake vineyard owner.

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