Re: CP17-101 Northeast Supply Enhancement Project
Pursuant to Senator Cory Booker’s and Senator Bob Smith’s submissions, I am hereby notifying FERC of gaps in data not submitted for CP17-101 and missing analysis required for a full and accurate Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS).
Issue: Missing Data – Actual Natural Gas mixture rate in pipelines that are operational near Trap Rock Quarry
Williams-Transco should report the actual Natural Gas mixture rate variances in Mainlines A and C along the Trap Rock Quarry. This is necessary to determine if gas mixture meets what GE Solar specifies as mix rate for Solar MARS 100. Williams provides GE Solar MARS 100 mixture requirement, but no data of existing mixture rates.
The above missing data and analysis are significant gaps for CP17-101 application. This project is meant to be a convenience, not to harm people, damage the environment or increase climate change. I urge FERC to pursue all highlighted gaps in data and analysis for this project to provide a comprehensive DEIS.
I very much appreciate your vigilance and oversight in fully assessing all potential risks, heath threats and environmental impacts that this project poses.