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Liberty Utilities approved to buy natural gas off proposed NED pipeline

Another box has been checked in a company’s quest to build a controversial natural gas pipeline across much of southern New Hampshire. The N.H. Public Utilities Commission has given the go-ahead to Liberty Utilities to buy natural gas from the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.’s proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline. The approval will help the pipeline company make its case to ...

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Kinder Morgan starts website as part of PR campaign

Kinder Morgan has launched a new website aimed at New Hampshire residents along the proposed route of the Northeast Energy Direct (NED) natural gas pipeline. If approved, the project proposed by the Texas-based energy giant would include 80 miles of new pipeline crossing the southern tier of the state, as part of plan to bring natural gas from the shale ...

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Natural gas company considering whether to sell gas from proposed pipeline in Keene

The state’s largest natural gas distributor is weighing a plan to divert gas from a controversial proposed pipeline to serve customers in Keene. Liberty Utilities is negotiating a deal with state regulators to buy space on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and sell natural gas to its customers statewide. It’s also considering building a lateral, or a pipeline of smaller ...

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Energy company IDs shippers for planned natural gas pipeline

CONCORD, N.H. — The Texas-based energy company that wants to build a natural gas pipeline through southern New Hampshire into Massachusetts has lined up utilities and other entities to transport the gas. Kinder Morgan announced Thursday it had commitments from National Grid, Liberty Utilities, Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, Connecticut Natural Gas Corp. and other anchor shippers to transport about 500 ...

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