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Company review sees inadequate capacity in existing gas pipelines

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It sounded like a good idea when federal regulators asked Constitution Pipeline to research whether existing pipelines could be used to transport the gas Constitution Pipeline proposes to deliver in a new, $750 million pipeline construction project. Doing so, it would seem, would eliminate the controversy over the disruption and environmental impacts of construction. But after its review, Constitution Pipeline determined there is next to no available capacity for additional gas in these nearby pipelines. ...

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September 15, 2012
11:49 p.m.

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what get's me in all this Pipeline talk is,No one Benefits from the Area it goes thru,They don't get the gas,Downstate does.You want to run it thru then hook us up !!!I have cable a mile away,I have Municipal electricity 3 poles away,I can't use it !!!

September 16, 2012
8:24 a.m.

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There are over 2-million miles of pipeline in this country. This "highway of hydrocarbons" safely transports the fuel to our homes & businesses.

But enviro-whackos will stop this project. They stopped the Keystone Pipeline. They will stop hydrofracking. They stopped drilling off the east and west coast. They prevented drilling in ANWR.

Anything that advances capitalism and the economic growth of this country cannot move forward because environmental extremism is the new home to the socialist/communist.