Craig Williams quoted by the Richmond Register in reference to the local natural gas pipeline.
Original story by Bill Robinson for the Richmond Register Find the original here.
Earlier this month, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission delayed until Nov. 2 a decision on whether to require an environmental impact study before Kinder Morgan can be allowed to repurpose a 24-inch natural gas pipeline that runs across Madison County on its way from Pennsylvania to Louisiana.
A decision was expected by Sept. 2, according to Craig Williams of the Berea-based Kentucky Environmental Foundation.
His group was notified of the delay because it filed study seeking an EIS rather than a less-stringent environmental assessment or EA for the project, Williams said.
Original story by Andrew Brown for Charleston Gazette-Mail. The original can be found here.
Kinder Morgan, one of the country’s largest gas transmission companies, is set to start building two new compressor stations near Sissonville by the end of the year as part of an $800 million pipeline expansion project.
On Tuesday, the Houston-based company received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build the two compressor stations in Kanawha County that are worth $100 million as part of the Broad Run Expansion Project.
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