- Contact Information for Federal Elected Officials
- Senator Elizabeth Warren: phone in DC (202) 224-4543, Boston (617) 565-3170, and Springfield (413) 788-2690, email, and twitter
- Senator Ed Markey: phone DC (202) 224-2742, Boston (617) 565-8519, and Springfield (413) 785-4610 , email, and twitter
- Congressman Richard Neal (MA-1): phone (202) 225-5601 (Office) · (413) 624-6325, email, and twitter
- Congressman Jim McGovern (MA-2): phone (202) 225-6101 · (413) 341-8700, email, and twitter
- Congresswoman Niki Tsongas (MA-3): phone (202) 225-3411 · (978) 459-0101, email, and twitter
- Congressman Seth Moulton (MA-5): phone (202) 225-8020 · (978) 531-1669, email, and twitter
- New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) This is the body seeking “a tariff for the recovery of the cost of firm natural gas pipeline capacity, in a manner that is effective to achieve the construction of new, or expansion of existing, pipelines”.
— DOER low demand study — final report and FAQ from DOER: With corrections to computations in the initial draft, this study now shows that many more sustainable energy sources come very close to being on par with gas from a pure price perspective. Given that the study includes numerous subjective parameters and explicitly excludes non-energy benefits — such as reduced health costs and new jobs related to alternative measures — it is quite likely that a more comprehensive analysis would tilt towards many more of the alternatives to gas being more cost-effective than expanded pipeline infrastructure.
- Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines: Process and Timing of FERC Permit Application Review, Congressional Research Service, November 2013
- Overview of Legal & Regulatory Framework by Attorney Mary Douglas (Note that you can only legally “intervene” once KM actually files an application; there is an opportunity to comment during pre-filing proceedings).
- An Overview of Article 97 Protection This overview does not address the problem of federal eminent domain.
- When_Forever_Proves_Fleeting: The Condemnation and Conversion of Conservation Land This article, by Attorney Robert H. Levin of Maine, was published in the New York University Environmental Law Journal at 9 NYU Envtl.L.J. 592 (2001).
- Rehearing Request for the Proposed Constitution Pipeline Project; Writ of Mandamus
- NTSB Pipeline Safety Study Synopsis, January 27, 2015