PENNEAST: Backers Tout Lower Energy Prices in Fight with Green Groups

December 2017, Vol. 244, No. 12

By Kevin Mooney, The Daily Signal

Anyone traveling along the roadways that run parallel to that part of the Delaware River where George Washington staged his famous Christmas night crossing in 1776 is sure to encounter signs that take aim at an energy project known as the PennEast Pipeline. Some of those signs invoke revolutionary language with statements that claim “We the People Say No to PennEast.” The messages opposing the natural gas pipeline can be spotted along roadways on both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey sides of the river. The six energy companies that are part of the project expect…

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