Vermont Gas Systems deviated from its permit by burying the line as little as 3 feet deep, says the Department of Public Service. The DPS says it meets safety standards but wants to know what happened.
The natural gas which is now flowing through the Vermont Gas pipeline is being extracted from a people’s sacred lands.
Natural gas will provide a bridge to renewables while doing what no political effort has managed more effectively: eliminate coal plants.
An agreement with the state will cap the company’s income for three years as a penalty for shortcomings in handling the early stages of the project, whose costs ballooned.
News Release — NG Advantage Dec. 29, 2016 Contact: Claudia Ashton Marketing Manager NG Advantage LLC 802 760-1167 x 514 (o) 802 399-8081 (c) Colchester, VT, December 29, 2016: NG Advantage LLC, which is majority owned by Clean Energy Fuels Corp., (NASDAQ: CLNE) announced it has begun delivering compressed natural gas (CNG) for the first […]
Energy leaders meeting in Boston last week said the New England states need to make it easier to build infrastructure to bring in more natural gas and get more renewable power from Canada if they want to control prices and meet green energy goals.
Natural gas power generators dominate New England’s electricity supply, but delivery methods haven’t kept up.
Town officials are talking with a potential developer of a natural gas plant that, in theory, would utilize existing Vermont Yankee electrical infrastructure and connect to a proposed pipeline in northern Massachusetts. A public meeting is in the works, but many specifics have not yet been released.
News Release — Vermont Gas Systems April 28, 2015 Media contact: Beth Parent, Corporate Communications Manager, Vermont Gas Systems PH: (802) 865-1460 / (802) 578-2776 [email protected] South Burlington, Vt. – As Vermont Gas Systems has expanded service to Jericho and Richmond, almost 950 new business and residential customers saved nearly $1.9 million in 2014 alone […]
The company planning a 41-mile natural gas pipeline expansion in Addison County announced Friday that the project will cost $154 million. It is the second time this year that Vermont Gas has dramatically raised the estimate.
Steve Wark’s recent purported “simple but powerful formula,” “Phase I + Phase II = Rutland,” is not a formula at all.
I am a mother, a scientist and a person of faith. I have two boys ages 4 and 8, and I will forever be their protector. This is the first reason I occupied the governor’s office, because they are in danger.
When the ballooning cost of the Vermont Gas pipeline to Middlebury soared by 40 percent the project proponents simply pushed the cost of the project on to future generations and then claimed the long payback justified the exorbitant cost increase.
The combined economic and environmental benefits of the first two phases of the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project make it doable for Vermont Gas to extend the significant public infrastructure advantages of natural gas to the residents and businesses of Rutland County.