After Kinder Morgan, What's Next for Natural Gas Pipeline Projects in N.H.?

Apr 26, 2016

The energy company's announcement that it had suspended the controversial three billion dollar proposal prompted celebration among the project's opponents who considered the pipeline dangerous and unnecessary. But others warn that without more infrastructure, energy costs will rise.

GUESTS:

  • Dave Brooks, reporter for the Concord Monitor and blogger at Granite Geek.
  • Sam Evans-Brown, NHPR's environment reporter and host of NHPR's new show, Outside/In.
  • Donald Kreis, New Hampshire's consumer advocate, a position that represents residential customers served by the state’s regulated public utilities. He also previously served as general counselor for the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission.

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Read Kinder Morgan's Statement on Suspending Its Northeast Direct Energy Project: