Video: PennEast Powers Wilkes University’s WEBS Program

PennEast Pipeline Company recently presented Wilkes University its PennEast “Powering STEM” Grant. As Wilkes’ Amanda Modrovsky explains in the video below, the University will use its PennEast “Powering STEM” Grant to bolster its Women Empowered by Science (WEBS) program. With over 100 young women registered to be in attendance this July, WEBS is a weeklong… Read more »

Video: PennEast Presents Grant to Harvest Family Success Center

PennEast Pipeline Company recently presented the Harvest Family Success Center in Flemington, NJ, its PennEast “Powering STEM” Grant. As explained in the video below by Harvest Family Success Center’s Penny Trionfo, the Center will use its grant for several STEM related activities. Specifically, they’ll be able to bolster their Robotics Club, Number Ninjas Math Club,… Read more »

EPA: “Many Of Our Concerns And Objections Have Been Or Will Be Addressed”

PennEast Pipeline Company’s highest priority is safety, which includes safeguarding our environment. Over the last three years, PennEast has spent countless hours refining the Pipeline’s route and working with local communities and stakeholders to ensure minimal environmental impact. PennEast is pleased to learn the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 3 has reviewed the Final… Read more »

Report: Economic Impact of New Infrastructure

Building pipelines such as PennEast could add more than $148 billion to Pennsylvania and New Jersey’s economies and support more than 84,000 jobs per year. A report out this month by researchers at ICF, commissioned by the American Petroleum Institute, shows private investment in U.S. natural gas and oil infrastructure could create over 1 million… Read more »

Video: Powering STEM Grant Recipient – NJ Governor’s STEM Scholars Program

On March 23, PennEast representatives visited the New Jersey State House in Trenton to present students and leadership of the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program a $10,000 PennEast Powering STEM grant. “We’re so delighted to have the support of PennEast supporting the Governor’s STEM Scholars,” said David Hodges, Director of the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program. “The… Read more »

Statement Regarding PennEast’s New Jersey Water Quality Permit Filing

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) today issued a letter to PennEast Pipeline Company (PennEast) in response to its Freshwater Wetlands Individual Permit and Water Quality Certificate application, submitted April 6. “PennEast thanks the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for thoroughly reviewing the permit application from an administrative completeness perspective,” said Pat… Read more »

Environmental Groups Calls for More Coal, Less Natural Gas

Background: PennEast Pipeline Company Spokesperson Pat Kornick released the following statement today following the flagrantly false claims made by Oil Change International and the Bold Alliance. “PennEast Pipeline Company’s highest priority is safety, and that includes safeguarding the environment. The April 26 release of yet another highly questionable, cookie-cutter report by so-called environmental groups suggesting… Read more »

Overview: FERC Final Environmental Impact Statement for PennEast Pipeline Project

On Friday, April 7, 2017, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the PennEast Pipeline Project, finding it can be built while protecting the environment too. Three government regulators now agree the underground PennEast natural gas pipeline is safe for the environment, air, and our water. That means… Read more »

Federal Regulators Confirm PennEast Pipeline Can Be Built with Minimal Impact on Environment

PennEast Pipeline Company LLC today applauded the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) issuance of a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), validating after nearly three years of scientific review and input from numerous stakeholders that the approximately 120-mile underground natural gas pipeline can be built with little impact on the environment. Download PDF The Final EIS… Read more »