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New York City consumes massive amounts of natural gas to stay warm and run stoves. Energy experts say there is a greener way forward.
National Grid has been building out a natural gas pipeline from Brownsville to Greenpoint since 2018.
The fire may have been connected to a gas leak.
'They have an obligation to serve all customers, and that’s the underpinning of their franchise.'
Without gas hookups, businesses and homeowners say their projects are imploding.
Officials are hoping human dumps can power up to 5,000 homes.
"We simply will not allow the lucrative real estate market in Brooklyn to feed criminal activity and potentially endanger lives."
"It seems to be in line with a pattern of taking legal action before long weekends. That irony is not lost on any of us."
"They ran out of poles, believe it or not. They ran out of poles! Can you believe they ran out of poles? And now we have utility companies competing for poles!"
The National Frid was replace a gas main when something when wrong and "1,100 gallons of a petroleum-cement mixture spilled into the basin."
The rain caused a massive sinkhole on Narrows Road North between Targee Street and Richmond Hill Road, and commuters are none too pleased.
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