This category contains posts of a general nature pertaining to the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and compressor station impacting New Ipswich, NH.

Final Step for Intervening

It has come to our attention from Rosemary Wessel that there is one last step to “serve the applicant” by merely forwarding your FERC Acceptance email to these five email addresses. We are unsure if this is essential, but it’s always good to remind Kinder Morgan directly regardless!   Here is the excerpt of instructions from the site: OBLIGATIONS OF […]

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Feds block citizen web portal as key deadline looms in Kinder Morgan pipeline matter

By Mary Serreze | Special to The Republican – January 3, 2016 Foes of interstate gas pipeline expansion in New England cried foul Sunday night as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s e-filing system remained shut down, three days before a key deadline passes for citizen participation in the matter of Kinder Morgan’s proposed 415-mile Northeast Energy Direct. Individuals, towns and businesses hoping to apply as “intervenors” in […]

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Screenshot #2 and #3: Weather Conditions in Washington DC and a Definition of “Inclement”

On January 2, 2016, the date of the message on the FERC website stating that the portion of the site that enabled affected citizens to file as Intervenors before the January 6th deadline was closed due to inclement weather, this is what told us about the weather in Washington, DC…the homebase for FERC…..40+ degrees and sunny during the day. […]

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