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Hudson Valley News
5:52 pm
Tue December 9, 2014

Constitution Pipeline Contacts NY Landowners

Credit Constitution Pipeline

A legal back-and-forth has begun over letters sent to landowners along a proposed natural gas pipeline route in New York. The letters say litigation could begin later this week if landowners do not allow the pipeline company access to rights of way. An attorney representing pipeline opponents has responded.

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6:24 pm
Thu December 4, 2014

FERC OK's Shale Gas Line To New York, New England


Federal energy regulators have approved a $700 million pipeline project designed to ferry cheap Marcellus Shale natural gas from Pennsylvania into high-priced markets in New England and New York. The 124-mile Constitution Pipeline could be operational by next winter.

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Columbia County
7:03 pm
Mon November 3, 2014

Pipeline Meeting In Columbia County

Kinder Morgan Meeting 10/30/14 - New Lebanon fire house
Credit Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline / Facebook

Local officials, representatives from pipeline company Kinder Morgan and local citizens met last week in Columbia County to talk about a proposed gas pipeline. Nearly 200 landowners across Schoharie County could be impacted by the pipeline in one way or another.

If approved, this section of the “Northeast Energy Direct” line would sit along a Columbia County corridor where three other gas pipelines are already in service. 

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New York News
6:07 pm
Mon July 28, 2014

Officials Mull Schoharie Pipeline Proposals

A proposed 157-mile natural gas pipeline that would run through several Schoharie County communities, parallel to the proposed Constitution Gas Pipeline, has pitted neighbor against neighbor.

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New York News
12:25 pm
Thu August 23, 2012

Joe Mahoney - The Oneonta Daily Star

A company that wants to build a natural gas pipeline through parts of four New York counties could be facing growing public opposition. Constitution Pipeline wants to run the line from Susquehanna County Pennsylvania through parts of Deleware, Schoharie, Chenango and Broome counties, but more landowners in those counties will not grant permission for the company to conduct land surveys for the project. Joe Mahoney is a reporter with the Oneonta Daily Star newspaper, and has been following the story. He spoke with WAMC’s Brian Shields.

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