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“We recognize the tremendous impact that additional gas pipeline capacity will have on our membership and their ability to operate in our state. As their voice, it is our responsibility to speak up about fixing this problem to ensure that they can continue to be a driving force in our economy.”
– Bob Luz, President & CEO of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association
“As we look ahead to our next 85 years, energy costs can’t be something that hold us back. We need more affordable electricity so we can continue our growth.”
– Tom Barker, President of Guillow’s, Inc.
“We’ve done everything we can to be efficient, but until we get access to a sufficient supply of affordable natural gas, manufacturers in our region are at a huge disadvantage.”
– Morris Housen, President of Erving Paper Mills, Inc.
“Massachusetts and New England will continue to be at a disadvantage until we expand pipeline infrastructure into the Northeast.”
– Jim Warner, Senior Vice President of Ardagh Group, North America