FERC

5:47am

Fri July 25, 2014
Energy

Dispute over Seneca Lake gas storage proposal rages on

Hundreds of protestors gather on the shores of Seneca Lake to protest proposed gas storage facilities
David Chanatry/NYRP

The debate over proposals to store natural gas, propane and butane in salt caverns under Seneca Lake has become increasingly vocal, especially after a federal agency approved part of the project last May.  Last week opponents organized the biggest rally yet in the Finger Lakes village of Watkins Glen.

As the members of the Schuyler County Legislature left their meeting last week, the emotion, passion and anger of opponents of the gas storage projects -- and fracking in general -- burst into full display.

“Shame! Shame! Shame! Shame!” the protestors chanted.

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6:44am

Wed April 9, 2014
Energy

Pennsylvania residents voice opinions over proposed pipeline that would go through Southern Tier

The proposed pipeline would run through Pennsylvania and into New York.
Constitution Pipeline

Recently, Pennsylvania residents had the opportunity to voice their concerns or support for the Constitution Pipeline project, which would enter New York through Broome County and connect to an existing upstate pipeline. It was the last public hearing before its final approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC.

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