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Energy Siting Resource Library

An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land?

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) evaluates whether interstate natural gas pipeline projects should be approved, a decision that impacts people living on land where the natural gas pipeline or other related facilities will be constructed. This report from FERC is intended to educate the public on their rights, on how the Commission’s procedures work, and on safety and environmental issues that may be involved in natural gas pipeline projects.

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Offshore Wind Energy Development and Birds in New York: Managing risk and identifying data gaps