Pipeline foes urge Albany to halt the Algonquin project

by Akikio Matsuda for LoHud Opponents of the Algonquin natural gas pipeline expansion delivered 30,000 petition signatures to Albany on Tuesday, calling for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to halt the project. Petitioners also asked the state to conduct an independent risk assessment of potential hazards from the natural gas pipeline that runs close to nuclear reactors at Indian Point in Buchanan. (View full report here)

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Withheld and Misrepresented Critical Information Used to Evaluate and Approve the Siting of the Spectra AIM Pipeline Alongside Indian Point

On Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. at the Hendrick Hudson Library in Montrose, NY, at a special presentation to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) Petition Review Board, nuclear expert Paul Blanch revealed that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission withheld and misrepresented critical information used to evaluate and approve the siting of the Spectra Algonquin…