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Natural gas, as the cleanest of the fossil fuels, can be used in many ways to help reduce the emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere. Burning natural gas in the place of other fossil fuels emits fewer harmful pollutants. - U.S. DOE
Natural gas vehicles reduce smog-producing pollutants by up to 90 percent -ANGA
Natural gas emits virtually no particulates into the atmosphere: in fact, emissions of particulates from natural gas combustion are 90 percent lower than from the combustion of oil, and 99 percent lower than burning coal. – U.S. DOE
The combustion of natural gas emits almost 30 percent less carbon dioxide than oil, and just under 45 percent less carbon dioxide than coal. –U.S. DOE
Composed primarily of methane, the main products of the combustion of natural gas are carbon dioxide and water vapor, the same compounds we exhale when we breathe. -U.S. DOE
Natural gas is an abundant fuel that can help deliver cleaner air and dramatically improve the quality of our environment. It helps to power economic expansion, jobs and a transition away from the higher-impact fuels of the 20th century like coal and oil. Natural gas is a domestically-produced fuel that keeps more of our energy dollars here at home, rather than sending them to unstable parts of the world.
At Millennium, we work every day to ensure that our core values stay in focus. In simple terms, our goals as residents of the Northeast, is to contribute to an enhanced quality of life for our friends, family and neighbors through the safe, efficient and environmentally-sound delivery of this 21st-century fuel.
Our goal is for every interaction you have with the Millennium team to be a positive one. If it is not, we encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can make it right.
FERC holds Scoping Meeting on Hancock Compressor Project
Minisink Compressor Project
receives Authorization to Commence Service -
May 15, 2013 - click here to read >>
May 8, 2013
- Millennium Pipeline Company Announces Non-binding Open Season for
Upstate Pipeline Project from Broome County to Syracuse, NY
- Connecting to Dominion near Cortland, NY and Tennessee’s 200 Line near Syracuse -
Open Season Announcement
Trout Unlimited announces $600K in NYS stream remediation efforts along Millennium Pipeline pathway. Click here for press release.
January 2013 - Millennium releases whitepaper
Millennium Pipeline -
New York's Energy Backbone - Existing Benefits and Expansion Opportunities
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