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 »

PennEast Awards Powering STEM Grants to Wilkes University and Lehigh Career & Technical Institute

Invests in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Opportunities for Pennsylvania Students Pennsylvania students interested in pursuing STEM education received support when the PennEast Pipeline Company today presented $20,000 in PennEast Powering STEM grants to Wilkes University and Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) to advance the organizations’ STEM programs. Wilkes University will utilize its… Read more »

Video: Trenton Police Dept. and Quakertown Volunteer EMS Receive Community Connector Grants

On February 20, 2017, PennEast formally presented Community Connector Grants to the Trenton Police Department and the Quakertown Volunteer Emergency Medical Services. The grants, which total $8,500, will help the Trenton Police Dept. purchase life-saving Automated External Defibrillators (AED), as well as help the Quakertown Volunteer EMS secure important radio equipment for use during emergencies…. Read more »

PennEast Awards Grant to Harvest Family Success Center

PennEast Awards Grant to Harvest Family Success Center, Invests in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Opportunities for Hunterdon County Families PennEast Pipeline Company’s Powering STEM Grant Program presented a $9,927 award today to invest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programming at the Harvest Family Success Center in Flemington. The grant will enable the… Read more »

PennEast Applauds Judge’s Dismissal of Baseless Lawsuit

PennEast Pipeline Company applauded a Washington, DC, federal court judge who on March 22 dismissed a Delaware Riverkeeper Network lawsuit deemed baseless in its attempt to delay the PennEast Pipeline by suing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). 
 FERC and the US Department of Justice also urged dismissal of the fringe group’s lawsuit. 
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PennEast Awards Grant to Governor’s STEM Scholars: Opportunities for Students Across New Jersey

PennEast Investing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Opportunities for New Jersey Students Students of the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program are the latest to benefit from the PennEast Pipeline Company’s Powering STEM Grant Program, which presented an award today at the New Jersey State House in Trenton. The $10,000 grant will enable the Governor’s STEM… Read more »

More Than a Dozen Pennsylvania and New Jersey Organizations Benefit From First PennEast Powering STEM Grants

PennEast Pipeline Company is pleased to announce its first class of PennEast Powering STEM Grant recipients, who will receive nearly $130,000 to advance the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in their local communities and within the footprint of the proposed PennEast Pipeline. “PennEast was very happy with the overwhelmingly positive response we… Read more »