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To: isopatch who wrote (96188)12/6/2019 8:04:16 AM
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The green line is Sempra's pipe and passes within a mile of my house (Glastonbury, CT). I believe it is 24 inch as they tried to add a 2nd pipeline in the access way (30 or 26 inch) a few years ago and there was quite a bit of resistance. There has been recent work in the area but I'm assuming they are increasing capacity without adding a new pipe.

With our government controlled by the environmental lobby expect higher energy prices to CT business. A law passed last year requires "renewable" energy so our electric company is going to have to acquire from new wind mill farms at some point.

One of the reasons CT residents with the ability relocate to SC, FL and TX.