Tell the FERC: No Fracked Gas Processing/Liquid Natural Gas Plant in Providence!

Today, October 26th, is the last day to submit a comment to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, telling them why they should not permit National Grid to build a Liquid Natural Gas plant on the Southside of Providence.

More information about why they should not build it is available here, here, here, and here, if you need to catch up or want ideas for your comment.

FERC has a comment form here. You’ll need the project docket number, PF15-28-000. It’s in the CP Docket (Applications for Authorization to Construct a Natural Gas Pipeline, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) or Other Facility). It also asks for your name, street address and email address.

If you live in Providence, love it or love anyone here, and/or if you want to make it harder for people and companies to process fossil fuels with extractive technology anywhere, and/or if you’ve ever said to me at the Climate Anxiety Counseling Booth, “I wish there was something I could do,” please help us all in this way.

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