Spectra Projects

If you live in North America there is a good chance that you live near an existing or a proposed Spectra pipeline. These pipelines are linked with extraction zones like the Utica and Marcellus shale fields, and the Alberta tar sands. The toxins from these projects spread across regions and the greenhouse gas emissions from Spectra projects are wrecking the climate, putting us all at risk.

Check out where existing pipelines operated by Spectra Energy are located, and the below list of their proposed projects. Is Spectra coming to your community?

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(Spectra’s projected in-service dates are in parenthesis, but we can make sure these projects are never built)

Access Northeast (2018)
Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island

Access South Project (2017)
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi

Adair Southwest Project (2017)
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky

Algonquin Incremental Market – AIM Project (2016)
New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts

Appalachia to Market Project (2018)
Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Atlantic Bridge (2017)
Northeast United States and Maritime Provinces

Bobcat Gas Storage Expansion (under construction)
St. Landry Parish, Louisiana

Greater Philadelphia Expansion Project (2018)
Pennsylvania

Gulf Markets Expansion (Phase I: 2016, Phase II: 2017)
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, & Pennsylvania

Lebanon Extension Project (2017)
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio

NEXUS Gas Transmission (2017)
Ohio, Michigan, Chicago, Ontario

Ohio Pipeline Energy Network – OPEN (2015)
Ohio

PennEast Pipeline Project (2017)
Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Sabal Trail Transmission (2017)
Florida, Georgia, Alabama

Salem Lateral Project (?)
Massachusetts

Texas Eastern Appalachian Lease Project (2017)
Ohio

Uniontown to Gas City Expansion Project (2015)
Indiana, Ohio, & Pennsylvania

Spectra Energy & BG Group Natural Gas Transportation System (2019)
British Columbia

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