September 2017, Vol. 244, No. 9



Application for PennEast Pipeline Closed over Deficiencies New Jersey regulators closed an application for the $1+ billion Penn East natural gas pipeline starting in Pennsylvania and ending in New Jersey, according to the Associated Press. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection said in a letter to PennEast that its request for a 60-day extension on a freshwater permit application was denied and the application was “administratively closed.” The letter said PennEast showed a “lack of demonstrated progress” on part of its application, specifically obtaining landowners’ signatures for surveys. The project is not dead, however. PennEast spokeswoman Pat Kornick said the decision

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