The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has denied the PennEast pipeline land purchase offers.
Citizens have called for the NJDEP to reject construction of the PennEast pipeline project, following FERC’s issuance of a conditional certificate.
After three years, the PennEast pipeline project has been approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
New Jerseyans are paying more for gas than they would for supplies set to be accessed by the PennEast pipeline project.
A FERC Chairman has refused to approve the certificates awarded by FERC to the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipeline projects.
The Kidder Township Board of Supervisors have voted to approve a land use permit for a PennEast Pipeline compressor station.
PennEast Pipeline Company LLC has also applauded the Senate’s confirmation of nominees to restore a quorum to FERC.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has denied key permit applications for the PennEast pipeline project.
On 26 June, the PennEast pipeline project requested an extension to provide legally required information to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Bipartisan local officials have recently urged the NJDEP to reject the PennEast pipeline permit application.