February 2015, Vol. 242, No. 2


Pilgrim Pipeline Looking To Move Products, Crude In Hudson Valley Corridor

The Pilgrim Pipeline project has the potential to do more good for the Northeast than just bolstering the flow of refined products and crude between New York Harbor and Albany, NY – it could also remove 6 billion gallons of petroleum a year from barges on the Hudson River. “By vastly reducing the number of barge trips up and down the river the quality of air will be significantly improved not only in New York and New Jersey, but also downwind,” Errol Boyle, president of Pilgrim Pipeline, told PG&J. “The risk of small or even catastrophic spills is eliminated as well.” As designed, the $820 million Pilgrim Pipeline will consist of a products pi

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