Court To Rule If Gas Expansion Plan Needed Environmental StudyThe state Supreme Court is considering whether Connecticut officials were wrong not to study the potential environmental impacts of a major natural gas expansion plan they approved in 2013.
Man Charged With Dangerous Illegal Gas Tap in Shelton
Study Finds Methane Emissions Dropping In USResearchers have found that methane emissions from local natural gas distribution systems across the U.S. have decreased in the past 20 years.
ISO New England: More Pipelines, Storage Needed For Energy ReliabilityThe manger of the region's power grid says more natural gas must be made available in southern New England, to ensure reliable supplies during high demand in cold winter weather.
Worker Injured In East Hartford Gas Explosion A maintenance worker has been burned in an explosion at a compressed natural gas fueling station outside a Connecticut Natural Gas facility in East Hartford.
Northeast Heating Prices Could Be Down Or Up This Winter
First Expansion Starts For Conn. Natural Gas Plan Connecticut's ambitious natural gas expansion plan took its first step with a project announced Monday to establish gas lines in downtown Wilton.
New Natural Gas Pipeline In WiltonYankee Gas today broke ground a new natural gas pipeline that will expand the availability of natural gas in the town of Wilton.
Gas Line Cut At Eli Whitney Tech School In HamdenSouthern Connecticut Gas says a line has been secured, near Eli Whitney Technical School in Hartford.
New England Governors Announce Plan To Expand Natural Gas UseNew England governors announced Thursday a plan to expand natural gas use as power plants worked to shore up supplies to meet rising demand in another Arctic blast.
New England Governors Looking At Pipeline Expansion
Temperature Down, Electricity and Natural Gas Demand UpUtilities, power companies and New England's grid operator moved on several fronts Tuesday to guarantee sufficient supplies of energy in the Northeast to keep homes and businesses warm as temperatures plunged to near-record low levels.