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Proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline Generates Mixed Feelings in New England

Sep 11, 2015

The nation's fourth largest energy company, Kinder Morgan, has some big plans for the Northeast. Pipeline plans, that is. 

The company’s proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project would bring natural gas from Pennsylvania all the way east to southern New Hampshire.

This hour, New England Public Radio's Henry Epp tells us more about the project's controversial route. We also learn about plans to expand Connecticut’s natural gas infrastructure.

GUESTS:

  • Henry Epp - Host and reporter at New England Public Radio
  • Michelle Koelle - Organic farm owner in Windsor, Massachusetts
  • Joe Bucci - Lifelong resident of Erving, Massachusetts
  • Katie Dykes - Deputy Commissioner for Energy at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

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John Dankosky and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.