Who will they try to buy-off next? Williams-Transco’s Northeast Supply Enhancement Project (NESE): Economic Report by Rutgers & Other Ways this Company Tries to Influence Perceptions

Apparently, it is worth millions to Williams to shift the focus from the dangers, risks and damage of the expansion of natural gas infrastructure to local projects that benefit from their money and to contract for a study of economic impacts that omits costs of negative consequences.

New Jersey Buddhist Vihara – Impact of Compressor Station 206

The New Jersey Buddhist Vihara and Meditation Center is an serene and peaceful site of worship and reflection for hundreds of daily visitors from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware. Its iconic statue, vibrant community, and wooded meditation trail create a contemplative place surrounded by nature where people of all ages and faiths come to meditate, reflect, and practice Buddhism.

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Williams Partners’ Transco Pipeline Seeks FERC Approval for Northeast Supply Enhancement Project to Serve Growing Demand for Natural Gas in Northeastern U.S.

Monday, March 27, 2017 8:00 am EDT Williams Partners L.P. (NYSE:WPZ) announced today that Transco has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking authorization for its Northeast Supply Enhancement project, which would create 400,000 dekatherms per day of incremental firm transportation capacity to markets in the northeastern United States for the 2019/2020 winter heating season.

Franklin Township Council Endorses Resolution to Oppose Gas Compressor Station

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ – The Environmental Commission officially adopted a resolution on March 6, opposing the installation of a gas powered compressor station and the township council endorsed it on Wednesday, March 15.

The compressor station is part of the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project (NESE), which includes plans for building miles of pipeline under the Raritan Bay to increase the gas supply to residents outside of New Jersey.

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South Brunswick township responds to Williams Draft Resource Report on NESE

In response to Williams Draft Resource Report on the NESE, Mayor of the township of South Brunswick wrote to FERC Commissioner Kimberly Boss, expressing serious concerns regarding noise, safety and other environmental hazards.

Mayor Mr. Frank Gambatese also requested FERC to add South Brunswick Environmental Commission to the stakeholders list. Below is the excerpts from the letter. Please click to view full letter.


Letter from Mayor of South Brunswick to FERC

Letter from Mayor of South Brunswick to FERC

Montgomery Township Committee Resolution

Franklin Board of Health resolutions

Princeton Manor Homeowners’ Association Holds 2nd Forum for Proposed Williams/Transco Natural Gas Compressor Station #206

Franklin Township: Samadhi Buddha Statue Declared Cultural Landmark by Township Council Proclamation

Bonnie Watson Coleman asks for review of the NESE Project

N.J. state, local leaders stand against Transco gas pipeline

Stop the FERC Filling Process for Williams Transco Northeast Supply Enhancement

CJSEC raises concerns about Williams resource report

Why become and Intervener


South Brunswick to Feds: Include Us in Transco Pipeline Decision-Making

South Brunswick Township Compressor Station Task Force


Site chosen for controversial compressor station in Franklin

Updated: Site Is Picked For Williams-Transco Gas Compressor Station – The Franklin Reporter & Advocate

A 52-acre parcel near the intersection of Routes 27 and 518 has been selected as the location for the Williams-Transco gas compressor station project. The site was selected over another option because it minimizes the effects of the compressor station on the environment and on nearby residents by about 80 percent, a company spokesman said.

Williams-Transco Originally Eyed Six Parcels For Gas Compressor – The Franklin Reporter & Advocate

The company wishing to build a gas compressor station in Franklin initially eyed six potential locations in the township and South Brunswick, a federal filing shows. The Williams Companies’ Transco affiliate is planning to build the 32,000-horsepower natural gas-powered station on a 52-acre parcel near the intersection of Routes 27 and 518.