Analysis of the Southern Reliability Link as a Response to Single Point of Failure Concern

Posted August 4, 2017

A proposed gas pipeline through the Pinelands is an over-priced, oversized, ineffective answer to a problem that does not exist, a new report finds.

  • The SRL pipeline would cost more than $180 million and run through a 30-mile stretch of the Pinelands National Reserve.
  • An alternate route is estimated to cost between $26 million and $28 million and avoid the Pinelands.
  • The alternate route would save NJNG customers more than $150 million in construction costs compared to the SRL pipeline.

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