COLD COMFORT: NATIONAL GRID HAS A DUTY TO SERVE QUEENS AND LONG ISLAND, WITH OR WITHOUT THE WILLIAMS PIPELINE

National Grid wants a new pipeline approved to deliver natural gas, an inexpensive and plentiful heating fuel that burns far more cleanly than oil does, to customers here. Anti-fossil fuel activists are dead set against the Williams Pipeline; Gov. Cuomo, acting uncharacteristically shy, claims...

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