"News & Issues" piece on the gnarly work of bringing natural gas to Bangor-area
"News & Issues" piece on the gnarly work of bringing natural gas to Bangor-area consumers, now that the Maine section of the Maritimes & Northeast natural gas pipeline has been completed. Bangor Gas, the regional distributor, has contracted with Georgia-based Classic City Mechanical to lay about seven miles of transport and distribution line from Old Town to Veazie. Summer traffic snarls along the route have become routine and promise to get worse when public schools and the University of Maine open later this month. The project is expected to be completed by the end of October. Bangor Gas, established in 1997 to capitalize on the nearby routing of the pipeline, is wholly owned by Sempra Energy, an $11 billion San Diego-based firm.
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Haskell, Meg, ""News & Issues" piece on the gnarly work of bringing natural gas to Bangor-area" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4606.
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