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Mass. Attorney General’s Study: Pipelines Unneeded

<i>By William Opalka</i><p>Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Wednesday released a study that said additional interstate natural gas pipelines are …

AG Healey’s pipeline study points the way on meeting energy needs

Leaking natural gas pipelines in Massachusetts waste ratepayer money, endanger health and safety, and warm climate. The study commissioned by …

Natural Gas

Overdependence on natural gas a shortsighted energy alternative

Your editorial regarding the energy study commissioned by Maura Healey ("Healey's energy study solves nothing," Nov. 20) cites logical errors in the …

Investing in energy efficiency is a better bet than pipelines

There are three imperatives associated with our electricity policy: reliability, cost, and climate. In other words, we need reliable electricity, we …

Natural Gas

Our Opinion: Air taken out of pipeline plan

The weak case for the proposed Kinder-Morgan pipeline through the state grew considerably weaker on Wednesday.

Mass. AG: New England should opt for efficiency, DR over new gas pipelines

Dive Brief:<p>The office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey (D) released a study this week casting doubt on the need for more natural gas …

Energy

AG Healey, hope is no pipeline alternative

Opponents of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline who have been looking for a bottom-line reason to support their argument believe they received just …

Healey's energy study solves nothing

Opponents of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline who have been looking for a bottom-line reason to support their argument believe they received just …

Natural Gas

Mass AG Says Increased Gas Capacity Is Not Needed To Meet Energy Needs

AG says more pipelines not needed, Kinder Morgan says study is flawed

Tiffany Chan, 22News State House Correspondent - BOSTON (WWLP) – Federal regulators are currently reviewing proposals to expand natural gas pipeline …

Gas capacity need questioned

Additional natural gas pipeline capacity is not the best solution to meet the state's longer-term energy demand needs, according to study produced by …

Natural Gas

New England Does Not Need New Gas Pipeline, Study Says

The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office released a study yesterday concluding that New England did not need to construct new natural gas pipelines to shore up the region’s future power supply.<p>The study, <i>Power System Reliability in New England: Meeting Electric Resource Needs in an Era of Growing</i> …

Study: New Natural Gas Pipelines Not Needed in New England

Natural Gas

The UtilityTree Daily

New gas pipelines not needed in region, energy report contends

New natural gas pipelines are not needed in New England since the region is unlikely to confront electricity reliability challenges over the next 15 …

Natural Gas

Mass. Attorney General: New England Doesn't Need More Natural Gas Pipelines

New England doesn't need to build new natural gas pipelines costing billions of dollars to keep the lights on, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura …

Report: New England Doesn't Need More Natural Gas Pipelines

A new study commissioned by the Massachusetts attorney general finds that power reliability in New England over the next 15 years can be maintained …

New England

AG says state can meet energy needs without new pipelines

Maura Healey<p>Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.<p>BOSTON -- Additional natural gas pipeline capacity is not the best solution …

Natural Gas

Massachusetts AG energy study: New gas pipeline not needed to meet New England's peak winter electricity demand

An energy study released today by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey concludes that New England does not need additional natural gas …