A Little Good News from Back East

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief The pipeline industry in the U.S. Northeast finally got some positive news on the permitting front, when New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) received the go-ahead to move forward with construction work on a controversial 30-mile (48-km) section of the Southern Reliability Link (SRL) pipeline in New Jersey. The high-pressure line is designed to run through Ocean and Monmouth counties – where its sections have already been completed – and Burlington County, where it will connect to a new compressor station in Chesterfield. I say “finally” got some positive news for obvious reasons. This has not been a particularly good last few years for the region in matters concer

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