PennEast Pipeline Committed To Improving Region’s Air Quality

PennEast Pipeline Company was pleased to attend today’s Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) public hearing on PennEast’s application for approval of an air quality plan regarding PennEast Pipeline Project’s one-and-only compressor station along the approximately 120-mile route. Above, the site of PennEast’s compressor station in Kidder Township, Carbon County, Pa. “Today’s PA DEP… Read more »

PennEast Presents Grants to Trucksville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association and Housing Development Corporation

PennEast Pipeline Company today presented PennEast Community Connector Grants to Trucksville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (TVFRA) and to the Housing Development Corporation of Northeast Pennsylvania (HDC). The grants, which total $10,000, will help with the acquisition of new fire-fighting equipment, as well as help local families and seniors in the northern area of the… Read more »

PennEast Presents Grants to Trenton Police Department and Quakertown Volunteer Emergency Medical Services

PennEast Pipeline Company today presented PennEast Community Connector Grants to the Trenton Police Department and Quakertown Volunteer Emergency Medical Services (EMS). “Quakertown Volunteer EMS is dedicated to providing critical ambulance services for the municipalities we serve in Hunterdon County,” said Lieutenant Stuart Hutcheson of Quakertown Volunteer EMS. “I would like to thank PennEast for supporting… Read more »

Quarry Operator: “PennEast actively engaged to ensure safety”

In a February 13, 2017, letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the operator of Pioneer Aggregates (known locally in Luzerne County, Pa., as Popple Quarry) provided its “full support” for the PennEast Project. Pioneer also described their close working relationship with PennEast to ensure safety. In his letter, Pioneer Vice President Jefrrey Popple… Read more »

PennEast Pipeline no threat to drinking water

Commentary by Patricia Kornick, Spokesperson, PennEast Pipeline CompanyAs published in the Feb. 17, 2017, Express-Times There he goes again. It comes as no surprise that Jeff Tittel of the New Jersey Sierra Club continues to rewrite facts to mislead the public on the benefits of the PennEast Pipeline (letter, “Will FERC regulate PennEast like Oroville… Read more »

More natural gas – but can Pa. access the low-cost variety?

Guest editorial by Tony Cox, UGI Energy Services, PennEast Pipeline Member Company Pennsylvania is at the center of America’s natural gas revolution – an era that has brought economic benefits to the state and Greater Lehigh Valley. Looking ahead to the rest of 2017, natural gas production and usage are expected to increase nationally.

PennEast Receives Major Water Quality Certification

PennEast Pipeline Project Continues to Advance, Bringing Low-Cost, American Energy One Step Closer to Families, Businesses PennEast Pipeline Company received notice from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) that the Company’s request for Water Quality Certification, as required by section 401 of the Federal Clean Water Act, has been granted, marking receipt of… Read more »

Delaware Riverkeeper Network and New Jersey Sierra Club Continue To Mislead Public, Make Deceptive Claims

Background: The following is a statement by Pat Kornick, spokesperson for PennEast Pipeline Company, regarding environmental groups’ continued misinformation with respect to the proposed PennEast Pipeline route. “It’s shameful that fringe environmental groups, principally the Delaware Riverkeeper Network and New Jersey Sierra Club, continue to deceive local communities and fool the media by regurgitating old… Read more »

The Powers Family and Natural Gas

Natural gas helps heat our homes, cook our food, heat our water, and generates about one-third of the nation’s electricity. It’s also used to make many of the products and goods that we need and enjoy most – like shoes, sporting equipment and medicines. Appliances powered by natural gas are more cost effective, reliable and… Read more »