The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Wednesday issued a draft Environmental Impact Assessment for the Northern Access Pipeline Project saying the project would cause no significant impact.
The proposed 97-mile, 24-inch pipeline would run from Sergeant Township, McKean County to Elma, Erie County in New York.
FERC is accepting public comments on the EIS through August 26. Click Here for details on how to submit comments. [Note: FERC docket links were down this morning, but the URLs are correct: Docket Numbers CP15-115-000 and CP15-115-001]
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