New Jersey’s Attorney General recently continued his opposition to the proposed PennEast pipeline by asking a federal judge to reconsider whether the private company can seize state-owned lands.
On September 19, 2018, New Jersey’s Office of the Attorney General filed a petition for review of FERC’s certificate for the PennEast pipeline in the D.C. Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals.
The sweeping legislation Gov. Murphy signed into law today will reduce harmful emissions and restore the state’s leadership on clean energy.
“Today’s action by the attorney general and the Murphy administration challenging FERC’s flawed process and findings on PennEast sends a strong message that their proposed pipeline never should have been granted a conditional certificate from FERC.”
In just 100 days, Gov. Murphy has already reversed much of the ground that we lost in the past eight years on the clean energy front by taking strong steps to set New Jersey firmly on a course toward 100% clean energy.