November 20, 2019 | Blog

Gas pipeline embargo stifles growth, hurts New Yorkers

The Albany Times-Union published an op-ed by Brigham McCown, GAIN strategic adviser and former head of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. The op-ed highlights the adverse effects of New York Governor Cuomo’s moratorium on natural gas pipelines. Due to the ban on new energy infrastructure, suppliers have had to get creative by using […]

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November 14, 2019 | Blog

GAIN’s Tom Magness: Bayou Bridge Pipeline Remediation is a Work in Progress

GAIN strategic adviser Col. Tom Magness recently had a letter to the editor featured in the Daily Iberian regarding Bayou Bridge environmental remediation. The letter reads: The Bayou Bridge Pipeline has been operating safely for more than six months. Nonetheless, environmental groups have launched new allegations against developer Energy Transfer criticizing its environmental remediation process […]

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November 12, 2019 | Press Releases

GAIN Statement on New York Gov. Cuomo Threatening to Revoke National Grid License

Months after New York regulators blocked construction of a $1 billion pipeline to supply New York City, Long Island and the surrounding area with natural gas, Governor Andrew Cuomo today threatened to revoke utility-provider National Grid’s license to operate in the southern part of New York. In May, National Grid issued a moratorium on new […]

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November 12, 2019 | Blog

GAIN Member Highlights Benefits of Texas Pipelines

Last week, Texas Pipeline Association President Thure Cannon was published in the San Antonio Express-News.  The piece noted the importance of pipeline infrastructure for domestic energy production and transportation as well as the benefits to national security from increased access to American-produced energy.  It also stressed the benefits to Texas of increased investments in pipeline […]

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November 8, 2019 | Blog

Damaging Infrastructure Puts Others at Risk

The Duluth News Tribune published an opinion editorial by Craig Stevens, former senior adviser to U.S. Energy Secretary Sam Bodman and GAIN spokesman. In the article, Stevens discusses the “rapidly developing” trend in which anti-energy protestors have taken to vandalizing energy infrastructure in attempts to delay construction.  Stevens points to a recent incident where federal […]

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