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From providing energy to heat our homes to fueling the electricity that powers our lights and charges our smartphones, natural gas is at the heart of the quality of life for most Americans. The proposed PennEast Pipeline will help utilities deliver this affordable energy source to families and businesses across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Representing a nearly $1 billion investment, this 120-mile, primarily 36-inch, underground pipeline will reduce energy costs and support thousands of jobs with clean-burning, American energy.
The PennEast Pipeline will originate in Dallas, Luzerne County, in northeastern Pennsylvania, and terminate at Transco’s pipeline interconnection near Pennington, Mercer County, New Jersey (approximately one-third of the route is located in New Jersey).

Several approvals will be required from nearly a dozen federal, state, bi-state and local government agencies, including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Pending regulatory approval, pipeline construction is expected to begin in 2018 and take approximately seven months to complete.

Upon completion of the Project, natural gas and electric consumers will realize savings from lower transportation costs associated with locally produced, abundant natural gas.

  • View a printer-friendly overview of the Project here.
  • Learn about the proposed route here – one that reflects the evaluation of more than 100 route options and dozens of modifications based on stakeholder input to minimize environmental and community impact.
  • Visit our economic impact page to learn about the $1.32 billion in electric and gas savings that PennEast could’ve delivered had it been operational, as well as the thousands of new jobs the Project will create.
  • Allow your voice to be heard. Tell political leaders and regulators you support clean-American energy to lower energy bills, create jobs, and improve our environment. Click here.

From PennEast’s commitment to safety to timely videos on topics from economic impact to restoration, the PennEast website is filled with information and resources. Explore this site to learn about the PennEast Pipeline Project. If you can’t find an answer to your specific question, send an email to [email protected] or call PennEast at 844-347-7119.