Doug will be presenting a seminar to discuss gas and pipeline development in Tioga and the surrounding counties. Landowners faced with a proposed pipeline agreements must assess their leverage, understand the proposed pipeline agreement and know what they are signing. Join us on Wednesday the 21st from 6-8pm at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts.
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Info sought on gas line approval process
Two proposed projects in the FERC review stage will impact local communities.
One is Williams Companies’ $2.59 billion Atlantic Sunrise expansion of the Transco interstate pipeline, which includes running pipeline from Susquehanna County south through Wyoming, Luzerne, Columbia, Northumberland, Schuylkill and Lebanon counties.
The other is PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC’s $1 billion line that would start in Dallas Twp. and run through Luzerne, Carbon, Northampton and Bucks counties, terminating in Mercer County, New Jersey.
Penn East Pipeline Changes Surprise Residents
Penn East expects to file a formal application to construct the pipeline with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the next few days.
Moxie Gets Permit Approval From DEP
Moxie Energy LLC intends to build the $800-million Moxie Freedom facility on a 150-acre parcel in an industrial zone on Mingle Inn Road off Route 11.
Moxie to Draw Water from River
Salem Township – A proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Luzerne County is granted permission by the Susquehanna River Basin Commission to withdraw 90,000 gallons of water a day.
Property Owners Brace for Battle Over Pipeline
HARFORD TWP. — With the sugaring season ahead, the Holleran family should be installing sap-gathering lines on the mature maple trees growing on their property on Three Lakes Road.