Connecticut Expansion Overview

PROJECT OVERVIEWAPPLICATION DOCS
FERC DOCKET FILINGSCOURT DOCUMENTS
CONSERVATION COMMISSIONCT EXPANSION NEWS


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FERC Docket #:
CP14-529
The Connecticut Expansion pipeline project is proposed as three segments of pipeline “loop” alongside existing pipelines: approx. 1 mile in New York, approx. 4 miles in Massachusetts, and approximately 8 miles in Connecticut. It is currently under construction.

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IN-SERVICE REQUEST
FERC’s Letter order granting Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company’s request to service the facility segments of the Connecticut Expansion Project10/31/17

MassPLAN Supplemental Answer in Opposition, 10/30/17
Reference: Sandisfield Weather
Reference: Hartford Weather
Reference: Monitor photos of work area

TGP’s Supplemental In-Service Request, 10/30/17

MassPLAN’s Answer in Opposition to In-Service Request, 10/23/17,
Reference: DCR / TGP Purchase & Sale Agreement, 4/18/17

In-Service Request by Tennessee Gas, 10/13/17
TGP / Kinder Morgan’s request to put CT Expansion in service by 11/1/17


» Application Documents
» FERC Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity
–  March 11, 2016
» FERC Notice to Proceed with Tree Felling & Construction
– April 12, 2017


TreeFelling
» Tree Felling for CT Expansion

CeremonialStones
» Ceremonial Stone Landscape Features in Pipeline Path

» Update: January 3, 2017
(Settlement with TGP for CT Expansion route)

» Update: July 15, 2016

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Status:
Certificates Granted:
FERC granted Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity
– NY 401 Water Quality Certificate
CT 401 Water Quality Certificate
MA 401 Water Quality Certificate
– 404 Water Quality Certificate from Army Corps of Engineers
FERC Approved Notice to Proceed: Tree Cutting and Construction

Project Description:

ABOUT THE CT EXPANSION
Though named for it’s Connecticut customer base, the CT Expansion is three sections of pipeline – one in NY, one in MA and one in CT. It was approved by FERC in 2016, but still has several key permits not yet approved.
»» Info for CT residents who oppose the project

» Kinder Morgan’s Project Description
» Application Documents
» More information about the project and community opposition at Sandisfield Taxpayers Oppose the Pipeline (STOP)
» MA Registered info about TGP’s 261 Agawam Station

EMINENT DOMAIN (Article 97 Issue) COURT CASE
Berkshire Superior Court, in the eminent domain case filed by Kinder Morgan against the Commonwealth, ruled saying that federal preemption would grant them eminent domain over the Article 97 protected land of Otis State Forest. The MA Attorney General has not chosen to appeal this decision at this point.

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» Kinder Morgan Contact Info

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