Help fight the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project (NESE) FERC Docket No. CP17-101.

This Project proposes building an industrial gas compressor station complex in Franklin, which would emit tons of airborne toxins for decades to come and constructing a 23.4 miles pipeline across Raritan Bay using 15,350 acres of seafloor workspace & distributing 117 acres of the seafloor.

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I Wish I knew…Is it too Late??

No, it’s not too late… yet. We have until May 14th, 2018 to comment to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding their Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) published March 23rd, 2018.

There are so many known health and environmental impacts associated with the type of Compressor Station that is being proposed to be built in Franklin. The emissions from this type of compressor station are associated with lung diseases, including childhood asthma, birth defects, cancers including childhood leukemia, cardiovascular disease (strokes and heart attacks) and death and kidney failure among others. These toxins not only spew into our air but settle in the ground and affect our soil and water.

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The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) can stop this project by denying permits. We need to let FERC and the NJDEP know of our concerns by May 14th.

What can I do??


Where: Franklin Middle School 415 Francis St Somerset NJ

When: Wednesday, April 18th

 Come anytime between 5:30 and 8:30 PM - Plan to stay about 30 minutes

Open House Format:

Brief introduction to the Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project – concerns, timeframe & actions

Guidance to become an intervenor, make comments to FERC & alert the NJDEP about your concerns

You’ll receive talking points to use for future comments to FERC online or at the public comment meeting on May 2 TAP here for flier. 

If you cannot attend this Action Session, instructions to Intervene & Comment & send to NJDEP can be found on our website:

Franklin Township Task Force on Compressor Station 206 & NESE