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TSA Pipeline Security Guidelines December 2010

Jul 5th, 2015 | By admin
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Need Volunteer(s) Willing to Add Updated Info. to the West Roxbury NaturalGasWatch.org Page

Jul 5th, 2015 | By admin
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We need people willing to add updated information (which will be provided) on a regular basis to the www.NaturalGasWatch.org website on the West Roxbury Pipeline page. The work isn’t too technical. Anyone with decent CPU/Internet skills will likely be able to add news and info. to the site via the WordPress software design. If interested,
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TSA Pipeline Security Guidelines December 2010

Jul 4th, 2015 | By admin
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TSA guidelines_final_dec2010 CLICK THE ABOVE LINK



South Jersey Gas pipeline approval now tied to non-compliant Public Works buildings in Upper Township

Jul 3rd, 2015 | By admin
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Posted: Thursday, July 2, 2015 1:02 pm Posted on Jul 2, 2015 by Columb Higgins TUCKAHOE – The New Jersey Pinelands Commission has tied approval of South Jersey Gas’ proposed natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands to its review of non-compliant buildings at the Upper Township Public Works yard in Tuckahoe. An application by Upper Township seeking
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In R.I., no price relief for electric customers

May 27th, 2015 | By admin
PRNewsFoto/America's Natural Gas AllianceElectric rates in Rhode Island are driven by the price of natural gas and a lack of infrastructure drives up natural gas prices in Northeast, reports America's Natural Gas Alliance.

By Alex Kuffner Journal Staff Writer Posted May 22, 2015 at 11:15 PM PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Over the past few years, electric rates in Rhode Island have followed a regional trend, spiking in the winter when demand for natural gas is at its peak, and plunging in the summer as the weather warms and use
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New York’s Natural Gas Fight

Mar 11th, 2015 | By admin
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Southern Towns are Threatening Secession By Alex Martinelli Monday, March 9th, 2015 In 1764, King George ended a longstanding dispute between the colonies of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York. He proclaimed that the area now known as Vermont belonged to the New York colony, ever increasing his role in colonial affairs (a problem that would
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WATER MILL HOME CATCHES FIRE AFTER GAS EXPLOSION; 2 HURT

Feb 13th, 2015 | By admin
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Thursday, February 12, 2015 06:42AM WATER MILL, N.Y. (WABC) – Police said two construction workers have been injured following a house explosion in the Hamptons community of Water Mill. According to Southampton Town police, the house on Old Country Road and Montauk Highway was destroyed in the blast and subsequent fire. They said the workers
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City Accelerates Upgrade of Priority Underground Infrastructure; Coordinates Work with Consolidated Edison and National Grid

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By admin
Cast Iron Gas Main that failed in Harlem!

September 20, 2014 Work grows out of Underground Infrastructure Report released in June and de Blasio administration’s commitment of an additional $300 million to speed the upgrade of aging City infrastructure City and utilities have begun coordinated upgrades at four locations; dozens of additional locations under consideration for similar replacements Photos of the work can
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Fire department now responding to city’s gas leak calls: officials

Jul 2nd, 2014 | By admin
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THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS MOVE ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, AND ADDS SIGNIFICANT LIABILITY TO THE CITY WITH REGARD TO PRIVATELY OWN NATURAL GAS COMPANIES!!



Gas Explosions Appear Inevitable, Given State of Pipes

May 25th, 2014 | By admin
The scene of an explosion in New York City, where an old iron pipeline was implicated in a March blast that killed eight people. AP

Replacing Some Decrepit Iron Lines Could Take Until 2050 On January 25, 2009, a police officer in Gloucester, Mass., came home after a shift, greeted his dog, Penny, and flipped on the lights. Then his house blew up. The blast killed Penny, left patrolman Wayne Sargent badly burned and destroyed the house his grandfather built.
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