CT NatGas-Fired Power Plant Approved, Where Will it Get the Gas?

psegLast week a plan to build a $550 million natural gas-fired electric generating plant in the city of Bridgeport, CT was approved by city zoning officials. PSEG Power Connecticut currently operates a coal-fired plant in the same location and wants to build a 485-megawatt facility at the same address. The only remaining obstacle is an air permit from CT environmental protection officials, which is expected to be issued early next year. Once the air permit is in hand, PSEG plans to begin construction. Our question is, with no extra pipeline capacity serving New England, where will they get the gas to power the plant?…

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