Many have sent comments to NJDEP about the deficiencies in the applications of Williams/Transco for water permits needed to construct the NESE Project. The comment period ended on May 2.
Even though FERC issued their “Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity” Order on May 3, the NESE Project cannot be constructed without receiving water permits from NY’s Department of Environmental Conservation and NJ’s Department of Environmental Protection.
Below are links to recent publications showing the risks of NESE as well as the fact that NESE is not needed even though gas companies in New York are threatening moratoriums if the NESE Project is not approved.
DO NOT BE SWAYED BY SUCH PROPAGANDA!
- There are other options for future developments to get energy in New York.
- The claim that the gas is needed to help National Grid’s customers change from using oil to using gas is false.
Pipeline planned for Raritan Bay is a safety risk that keeps us all dependent on dirty fossil fuels, environmentalist says
Rigorous report proves lack of need for Williams fracked gas pipeline – This Press Release makes note of the critical findings in the report and includes a valid link to the Study.
FALSE DEMAND: The case against the Williams fracked gas pipeline
Also, see the comment letters submitted to NJDEP by: