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Public Meeting on Williams Pipeline July 13 in Keyport, NJ!

Public Meeting on Williams Pipeline July 13 in Keyport, NJ!

 

About the Proposed Pipeline

Williams Transco has proposed a 23.4-mile pipeline project to expand its existing Transco transmission system to transport natural gas from the Marcellus Shale region through Raritan Bay to New York. If built, the pipeline will disrupt YOUR fishing, boating. and recreational activities! Construction of the pipeline would also disturb 14,000 acres of habitat for clams, horseshoe crabs, fish, and other marine animals. The project is proposed to be completed by the end of 2019. This is a step backwards for our energy policy and the environment by committing the region to more fossil fuel infrastructure projects that may be unnecessary or make it more difficult for renewables to enter the market.

 

 

 

How to Help:

Williams has filed their application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and will be preparing a Draft Environmental Impact Statement. At that time, we will notify you with instructions on how to submit a public comment. For updates, text “PIPE” to  732-416-7332.

You can still file to intervene. Click here for instructions.

Contact your local elected Mayor, Council members, and County Freeholders and ask them to get involved. 

Monmouth County Freeholders:

Middlesex County Freeholders:

More information: 

Williams Transco’s description of the pipeline expansion project. 

NY/NJ Baykeeper’s public scoping meeting testimony.