The overwhelming majority of Vermont Gas customers who converted in 2013 to heating with natural gas rated the experience with Vermont’s natural gas utility “excellent” or “very good.”
Strong demand for natural gas that is driving a nationwide surge in the cost of both construction labor and materials, local engineering and route changes to accommodate residents and other stakeholders, plus enhanced project oversight have resulted in a $35.6 million increase in the estimated investment to build Phase 1 of the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project.
Two business organizations are urging Vermont Gas Systems to get its planned pipeline to Rutland faster. The company just received the last of the permits to bring the natural gas pipeline from Colchester to Middlebury and has begun planning for Phase 2, which would extend the line under Lake Champlain to International Paper in Ticonderoga, N.Y.
South Burlington, Vt. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted Vermont Gas the final permit necessary to begin construction of Phase 1 of the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project.
No doubt about it, Vermonters are passionate about the Green Mountain State. That’s a healthy sign of an engaged citizenry.
The Town of Shoreham and Vermont Gas have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that outlines the next steps to bring the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas to the southern Addison County town.
The South Burlington Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying a protestor who assaulted an administrative support staff member at Vermont Gas last Tuesday when a group of protesters from Rising Tide Vermont and 350.org demonstrated at the utility’s office.
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