February 2020, Vol. 247, No. 2

Editor's Notebook

Gas Pipeline Gains Unlikely Ally (This Time)

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief In a roundabout way of looking at things, the pipeline industry received an unexpected Christmas gift recently when the Rev. Jessie Jackson offered his hearty endorsement for the construction of a natural gas pipeline in a community near Chicago, Ill. (And, yes, I am writing about that Jessie Jackson.) Jackson, who is generally thought of as a left-leaning figure, to put it mildly, is working with a group of local leaders of Pembroke Township in an effort to bring natural gas service via a pipeline to the community, where the majority of residents warm their homes in the frigid North with propane or wood-burning stoves. This peculiar tur

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