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Amid Protests, Vermont Gas Files For Permit To Build Pipeline
Thursday, 12/20/12
By Kirk Carapezza
On Thursday, Vermont Gas Systems filed a petition for a state permit to begin construction of its underground pipeline project, which has already collided with opposition from local residents who don't like the route.
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VPR News
Middlebury Officials To Discuss Natural Gas Project
Monday, 11/19/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Vermont Gas Systems is inching forward with its plan to expand natural gas service to Addison County and points south, with the support of town officials.
VPR News
Deal Envisions Gas Pipeline Beneath Lake Champlain
Wednesday, 10/17/12
By John Dillon
Vermont Gas says it's signed a deal to build a pipeline under Lake Champlain to deliver fuel to a paper plant in Ticonderoga, New York.
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Vermont Edition
What Fuels Those Fuel Price Hikes
Thursday, 09/20/12
By Jane Lindholm
We’ll look at causes for the recent rise in gas and heating oil prices and how some are dealing with it; also we hear about causes for the possible loss of funding at the Vermont Veterans Home in Bennington.
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VPR News
Gas Company Plans To Extend Pipeline Under Lake Champlain
Friday, 09/07/12
By John Dillon
Vermont Gas hopes to extend a proposed natural gas pipeline to carry fuel under Lake Champlain to the International Paper plant in Ticonderoga, New York. The natural gas provider already plans to build a pipeline south from Chittenden County to Vergennes, Middlebury and eventually to Rutland.
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VPR News
Senate Committee To Hold Hearing On Hydraulic Fracturing
Tuesday, 03/27/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
A controversial natural gas-extraction process that's come to be known as "fracking" isn't being used in Vermont yet, but the question of whether it should be prohibited entirely will be discussed in Montpelier this week.
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Planning Underway For Natural Gas Expansion To Addison County
Monday, 03/19/12
By Melody Bodette
Vermont Gas Systems wants to extend its natural gas pipeline another 50 miles south to begin serving customers in Vergennes and Middlebury. The company tells Addison County residents that the $57 million project has environmental and economic benefits, but some people are still raising concerns.
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State Approves Financing For Natural Gas Pipeline
Monday, 10/03/11
By John Dillon
A proposed natural gas pipeline from Quebec to Addison County has moved a step closer to reality. State utility regulators have allowed Vermont Gas Systems to set up a special fund that uses ratepayer revenue to pay for some of the pipeline work. Vermont Gas says the decision means it can move ahead with plans to extend the pipeline south to Vergennes and Middlebury.
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