Boston Globe: Mass. AG sees no need for new natural gas pipelines

November 18, 2015 - Less than a minute read

(11/18/15)

“Tony Buxton, the spokesman for the Coalition to Lower Energy Costs and a lawyer who represents industrial clients, also questioned the objectivity of Healey’s study, noting it was financed by the Barr Foundation and the John Merck Fund, both of Boston. They have funded renewable advocacy campaigns and environmental groups such as the Conservation Law Foundation, which has opposed pipeline projects. “I have been disappointed,” Buxton said of the Healey study’s conclusions. “Frankly. it’s likely the opponents of gas knew they needed some type of study to attempt to refute the 30 studies that say we need gas capacity.” “

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