Stockton, NJ (March 9, 2017) – ReThink Energy NJ today released the following statement in response to a PSEG spokesperson confirming that the company is seeking to sell its share of the PennEast pipeline: “PSEG is clearly concerned about owning a piece of this project. The other companies behind PennEast — New Jersey Natural Gas, Elizabethtown… Read More
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has again delayed the schedule for the completion of the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the PennEast pipeline project. The final EIS is now scheduled for April 7, 2017, with the 90-day Federal Authorization Decision Deadline on July 6, 2017. See the full notice from FERC here.
A leading Princeton University geology professor and a geochemist/hydrologist formerly with the U.S. Geological Survey team up to explore the risks posed by the proposed PennEast pipeline. Dr. Tullis Onstott has been listed as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, and discovered the deepest underground multicellular organism known to science…. Read More
Stockton, NJ (January 12, 2017) — It’s far from a happy new year for PennEast, according to ReThink Energy NJ. As 2016 drew to close, the PennEast pipeline suffered several major setbacks — a slew of new negative comments by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP); a second delay by the Federal Energy Regulatory… Read More
PANJ Radio speaks with pipeline filmmaker and New Jersey native Emma Bell, Patty Cronheim of ReThink Energy NJ and Tom Gilbert of New Jersey Conservation Foundation. PennEast Poses Arsenic Risk to NJ’s Water PennEast Isn’t About Public Need, It’s About Greed PennEast: It’s a Human Rights Issue New Jerseyans Don’t Want More Pipelines PennEast Threatens… Read More