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Conservation groups appeal certificate for PennEast pipeline

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World Pipelines,

Citing violations of two key federal laws, New Jersey conservation groups have formally asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to throw out the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) issuance of a certificate for the proposed PennEast pipeline. FERC rejected the groups’ request to reconsider its decision to issue that certificate after the close of business on Friday 10 August – the latest in a series of decisions that ignored evidence the project is not needed and poses significant threats to residents, preserved open spaces, and water supplies.

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