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We are challenging FERC’s decision to approve the GTN Xpress project. The Attorneys General of Washington, Oregon, and California urged FERC to reject the project. Now that FERC ignored them, they should challenge FERC’s decision also.

Sign our petition: challenge FERC’s decision to approve GTN Xpress.

Dear Federal Energy Regulatory Commission:

I support challenges urging FERC to withdraw and rethink its approval of GTN Xpress. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) approval of TC Energy’s proposed GTN Xpress fracked gas expansion project unfairly dismissed the states’ objections, as well as concerns from Tribes, numerous elected officials, dozens of community groups, and thousands of people across our region. 

The climate stakes are high: FERC’s authorization of GTN Xpress will enable TC Energy to push at least 150,000 dekatherms per day through its aging GTN pipeline—resulting in yearly pollution equivalent to several fossil fuel power plants. 

Already, Washington, Oregon, and California have identified significant flaws in the project and FERC’s decision-making. The states and public commenters detailed conflicts between TC Energy’s plans and the states’ goals and laws for reducing greenhouse gas pollution, protecting public safety, and avoiding harm to environmental justice communities near compressors and pipeline route. FERC’s analysis glossed over these issues and included glaring omissions, errors, and misjudgments.

Our states are moving away from fracked gas. FERC shouldn’t stand in the way of the effort our region is making to curb climate-altering fracked gas pollution.

Action Alert

Tell FERC to deny GTN Xpress Gas Pipeline Expansion!

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