A new study finds that development of natural gas pipelines and associated infrastructure is resulting in significant costs to the environment and communities in the Delaware River Basin (DRB). The costs that can be quantified could be as much as $2.4 billion for two pipelines alone — in addition to costs that can’t yet be quantified. Among the key findings:
A new report from Oil Change International debunks the myth that natural gas can be a bridge to a clean, affordable energy future. In New Jersey, it is clear that the state cannot reach its goal of 100% clean energy without reducing — and then eliminating — gas by 2050.