February 2015, Vol. 242, No. 2

Features

Pursuing Northeast Gas Pipeline Projects The Hard Way

Developing new natural gas pipeline capacity in the Northeast isn’t easy. Environmental rules are tough, local residents are well-organized, and – in New England in particular – the electricity market structure is not, shall we say, pipeline development-friendly. Still, with gas needs in the region rising, and all that Marcellus gas close at hand, midstream companies are doggedly and creatively pursuing pipeline projects and making some headway. It’s no secret the gas pipeline infrastructure that for decades served the Mid-Atlantic states and New England well has needed a major reworking. Back in the pre-shale era, when most people would have guessed th

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