Connecticut residents pay the most of any state overall for their energy, whether it be natural gas, electricity, home heating oil and motor fuel, while Washington, DC, residents pay the least, according to a new report by WalletHub. The Evolution Finance Inc. subsidiary found that on average, Connecticut residents spend $372/month for their energy, whereas…
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New York-based utility Corning Natural Gas Holding Corp. said Thursday it has reached a deal to take full ownership of Leatherstocking Gas Co. and Leatherstocking Pipeline Co., formed in 2013 to link regional end-users with increasing shale gas supplies in Northeast Pennsylvania.
FERC has granted another request from Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC authorizing the company to place part of its Atlantic Bridge project into service in Connecticut.
A group of New England residents has filed a class-action lawsuit accusing Eversource Energy and Avangrid Inc. of artificially increasing natural gas spot market prices to benefit their electric generating assets between 2013 and 2016.
FERC on Thursday gave Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) a green light to place into service its Connecticut Expansion Project in Hampden County, MA, and Hartford County, CT [CP14-529].
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) is pushing back against efforts to stall progress on its Connecticut Expansion Project [CP14-529], telling FERC that an opposition group’s motion for a stay of construction is based on “hyperbolic” and “unsupported” claims.
Connecticut is abandoning a request for proposals (RFP) for natural gas pipeline/storage capacity and liquefied natural gas (LNG) resources as support for project cost sharing among New England states has fallen away. Hydropower and renewables are slated to get more business from the Constitution State.
A landowners group in Massachusetts has asked FERC to deny Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) permission to cut trees for its Connecticut Expansion Project.
FERC has approved Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC’s (TGP) Connecticut Expansion Project, which would expand delivery capability to the Northeast, accessing supply from the Marcellus Shale.
The Connecticut Energy Marketers Association (CEMA), which represents heating oil and gasoline dealers, filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP) on Friday, accusing regulators of failing to assess environmental impacts from a plan to expand natural gas infrastructure in Connecticut.