September 17, 2018 | Blog

Pipeline 101: Permitting and Approval

The third installment of our Pipeline 101 series highlights the extensive permitting and approval process. After proposing and routing the project, pipeline developers must acquire hundreds of individual permits, certifications, and approvals from local, state, and federal government agencies. These permits cover a broad range of issues, from roadways, to wildlife habitats, water body crossings. […]

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September 10, 2018 | Blog

Pipeline 101: Pipeline Routing Process

The second installment of our Pipeline 101 series focuses on the routing process. Mapping out the route of a pipeline is a very detailed process that involves many considerations. There are two main categories of products that pipelines transport: natural gas and liquids, like oil. Gas pipelines are regulated at the federal level while regulations […]

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September 5, 2018 | Blog

The Northeast needs critical energy infrastructure, starting with Granite Bridge Pipeline

GAIN spokesman Craig Stevens recently had an op-ed published in the New Hampshire Journal regarding Granite Bridge Pipeline and the need for critical energy infrastructure in the Northeast. Stevens writes that the Northeast corridor has long been a holdout against the U.S. shale boom, opting to pay high energy costs in the winter months rather […]

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September 4, 2018 | Blog

Pipeline 101: The Benefits of Pipelines

Interested in learning more about pipelines and the important role they play in the energy industry? You’ve come to the right place! This clip is the first of five short videos in the series “Pipeline 101.” The videos will cover the pipeline process from start to finish, and highlight the need for energy infrastructure. America’s […]

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September 4, 2018 | Press Releases

Statement: Army Corps’ Reaffirms Dakota Access Pipeline Findings

Last Friday, the Army Corps of Engineers filed its memorandum in response to Judge Boasberg’s remand concerning the Dakota Access Pipeline (Status Report and Memo). While the information supporting the Corps’ memo is currently being reviewed for confidentiality, we know from the public memo that the supporting documentation is over a 100 pages long. That’s […]

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