Natural Gas Pipeline
Construction rigs for a natural gas pipeline have been set up on the ocean, and they are not going anywhere for a while. And the project is making waves.
Opponents protested Sunday against a planned natural gas pipeline that would pass through Brooklyn and the Rockaways.
A heated debate unfolded on Long Island on Tuesday night. At issue was a controversial plan to build a natural gas port off the South Shore, with a promise of jobs and lower energy costs. The people would have none of it.
Residents of the West Harlem area may notice an odor Monday morning, as crews repair a natural gas pipeline.
The three-mile pipeline would run from the Atlantic Ocean beneath Jacob Riis Park in the Rockaways and under Jamaica Bay to Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field.
The Williams Co. reportedly wants to increase the pressure of its natural gas pipeline — which runs through six towns — by 27 percent.
A natural gas pipeline bound for Manhattan is planned to go under parts of Hudson County and both supporters and opponents got to voice their opinions at a meeting in Jersey City on Wednesday night.
Visions of cities going up in flames have residents in Jersey City nervous about the extension of a natural gas pipeline there.
The nuclear reactors’ owner, the pipelines’ owner and regulators say the pipelines do not pose a threat.