Decision on Regulation in Marcellus on Hold

Posted by By at 28 April, at 10 : 36 AM Print

The Public Utility Commission wants more time to consider Laser Northeast’s request to be regulated like any public utility.

Laser plans to build a $55 million dollar pipeline starting in Susquehanna County. It will carry natural gas to New York State.

Late last year, An administrative law judge, opposed Laser’s request.

Laser’s request boils down to its need to acquire property rights to public roads and rights of way, but homeowners are concerned it would extend beyond that.

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