Constitution Pipeline developers lose federal appeal

The developers behind the proposed 121-mile Constitution Pipeline lost another bid to bring natural gas into New York after a federal court of appeals Friday dismissed its lawsuit challenging the state’s decision to block the project.

The investors and gas companies behind the project sought to spend $875 million to build a pipeline between northeastern Pennsylvania and Schoharie County, New York, to carry gas from the Marcellus Shale to customers in the Northeast.

Constitution Pipeline Co. filed…

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