December 29, Transco posted two files to FERC in the link below. If FERC is down, we can provide you the files. Just let us know.
In this update, there are two files:
2. Appendix_D_MOVES2014a_Output_Files.PDF -Raw Data Dump
Transco did not follow FERC’s instructions to break it out into Year 1 and Year 2. Instead Transco displayed all the construction as if it were to occur in 2 months (January and July) during 2018. Obviously, since the DEIS is not issued yet, these dates do not reflect any real timeline.
Transco often provides data that does not meet the requirements from FERC. The key question is, will enough public and elected officials ‘tell’ FERC to not accept this inferior data? Without public and elected officials comments, FERC will move ahead and accept this data.
How can you ‘tell’ FERC this is not acceptable? There are 2 ways.
1. On Twitter.com – Tweeting to @CoryBooker @SenBooker @SenatorBobSmith @NJDEP @EPA asking their support to tell @FERC @FERChatterjee @CLaFleurFERC @FERCRPowelson that the Construction emissions data from Transco for CP17-101 is insufficient and does not follow the requirements from FERC and requires FERC to ensure data is fully met prior to issuing the DEIS (Draft Environmental Impact Statement). People can also tweet about the other gaps that we have identified that are not included in preparation for the DEIS.
2. Comment to FERC as a registered intervenor updating FERC the construction emissions data does not meet FERC’s requirements and that FERC must ensure data is fully provided as a mandatory requirement prior to the DEIS. Additionally outlining the gaps in data and analysis not performed to fully analyze environmental impact of the proposed project. Note: if you need email addresses for elected officials, EPA and NJDEP to forward your FERC comment, please email us at stopftcompressor (at) yahoo (dot) com.
On www.scrap-nese.org there are instructions how to register as an intervenor and how to submit a comment. Please bare with our website, we are working to update and improve it to keep it inline with the progress. As a small group, the Steering Committee is still new to website editing.
Any questions, please feel free to email us at stopftcompressor (at) yahoo (dot) com.