Bangor, Maine – March 8, 2019 – With President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord, some natural gas producers are worried.
“It’s not going to happen, I can tell you that,” said Brian Geddes, vice president of the Bangor Gas Association, a Maine gas producer.
The U.S. still does not have a viable natural gas pipeline system, with some of the pipelines being built outside of the state.
That has created a situation where gas producers in Maine, which relies on natural gas for about 30 percent of its energy needs, are worried that the country may have to shut down its own natural gas production if they want to be able to sell gas to the rest of the world.
Natural gas is a cleaner energy source than coal, so the gas is more expensive.
It’s also more carbon-intensive, and the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that if we’re going to stay on track to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we have to be more environmentally friendly, so that’s why we’re building our own pipelines.
“But the U,S.
does have a pipeline that has been approved by the U.,S.
Army Corps of Engineers.
But the pipeline is not a natural gas pipe.
It was built to carry natural gas to a terminal that has a capacity of more than 3 million barrels per day.
But, there is a problem with that pipeline.
According to the Bangora Herald-Journal, there are still some concerns about the pipeline’s safety.
The state of Maine has been using its natural gas supply for more than 40 years.
Its pipeline was approved in 1996, but the pipeline was not built to handle the pressure needed to keep the gas moving.
The company that built the pipeline, Northern Gateway, is still in operation and is now using a different route to bring natural gas from Canada to Maine.
The Northern Gateway pipeline is designed to handle natural gas at a pressure of 1,800 pounds per square inch.
But the company has found that when it has to put pressure on the pipe to keep it moving, it can break the pipe.
And, the company is now asking the Army Corps to take a closer look at its pipeline, as well as the company’s safety record.
Baldwin County Commissioner Mike Fogg told the Herald-Janes that the Army corps should have the right to approve the Northern Gateway Pipeline and review the safety record of the pipeline.”
I think the safety is the reason why the pipeline should be approved.
Fogg added that the state of New Hampshire has been working on building a pipeline to bring the gas from Northern Gateway to the Maine gas market.”
And it’s safe.”
Fogg added that the state of New Hampshire has been working on building a pipeline to bring the gas from Northern Gateway to the Maine gas market.
But Maine is a very large gas producer and that doesn’t help.
The state has been dealing with high gas prices for some time now.
It is still paying more than $4 a million per year for gas to import to Maine and it is expected to have to pay more than that for gas imported from Canada in the near future.
“When you are importing gas to Maine, you’re paying more for gas than you’re getting from the Canadian market,” said Matt Ochsner, a natural resource analyst for the Maine Gas Association.
“You’re not getting a good deal, and that’s where the pipeline comes in.”
Fog, who has been a state commissioner for almost 25 years, has a few things he would like to see changed in the pipeline system.
He wants it to be better designed to take pressure from the pipeline when it is at the terminal.
He also wants the pipeline to have a greater capacity to handle more natural gas and not just the 1 million barrels that it is currently carrying.
But, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection has not yet made a decision on whether to give the company a permit to build the new pipeline.