Announcing the PennEast/FERC Resource Web

Are you tired of the FERC site? Does it make you want to feed your computer to your dog? Do you howl in frustration as the browser spinner just spins…and spins….and spins…and spins? Have you set up a twitter feed just to indicate how many times FERC is down or give you an error?

And that application itself..have you found it yet? Do the 99 files (yes, 99….) look like a bunch of coding nonsense and acronyms? Have you tried to find a critical resource report and been forced to click through endless PDFs you could care less about…and risk angering the FERC computer gods with every new link you try? Have you been preparing for a meeting, working for your township pipeline committee researching the application, and not been able to find anything?


Well, it sure drove me insane. So insane I finally did something about it. I started a new web site.

Announcing the PennEast/FERC Resource Web

The new web site is designed to categorize and link to all of the PennEast filing documents, plus any critical documents that come down that people will want to reference often and find quickly.  And it’s not connected with FERC – all of the files referenced have been downloaded from FERC and uploaded into cloud service platform.  So you can say goodbye to FERC errors forever – and if you get an error you can curse me instead of FERC (just kidding – if you hit any problems please email me immediately!).

The site is still a work in progress.  We only have the main application and the Resource Reports up.  The mountain of appendices is still in progress because – no surprise – FERC has been down all night and I haven’t been able to download anything.

Only the underlined files are available right now.  The rest are placeholders.  We’ll be adding in new sections as more documents are uploaded.

If you have any issues or suggestions please let me know!

PennEast/FERC Resource site

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Mike Spille

I'm a thinker, an analyzer, a synthesizer. Maybe not in that order. I live in West Amwell NJ with my wife Kristina, our two kids Day and Z, our two dogs Fern and Cinna, and three cats Ponce de Leon, Oliver, and Doolittle.

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