NJ’s Largest Utility Becomes 5th Partner in PennEast Pipeline

Even though there has been small but shrill opposition to the recently announced PennEast Pipeline, likening it to violating a virgin (see Pavlovian Opposition Continues Against PennEast, Atlantic Sunrise), the project continues to gain momentum. The $1 billion pipeline project that would flow cheap, abundant and clean-burning Marcellus Shale gas from northeast Pennsylvania all the way to Trenton, New Jersey was announced a month ago (see 3rd New NEPA Marcellus Pipeline Proposed, Connects to Trenton, NJ). The project is a joint venture between four companies, including energy utility giant UGI. The new news is that the quartet of partners in the PennEast Pipeline project have just become a quintet–adding PSEG (Public Service Electric & Gas) Power, New Jersey’s largest utility…

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