Utility company tries to ease fears as gas pipeline, storage tank push continues
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Proponents of the proposed Granite Bridge natural gas pipeline and storage facility in Epping are trying to build support for the project as the state’s Public Utilities Commission prepares for a final hearing in early December.

The plan by Liberty Utilities that calls for a pipeline along Route 101 from Exeter to Manchester with a 170-foot-tall storage tank in an abandoned quarry in Epping has raised safety concerns among some residents, but the company recently held a liquefied natural gas (LNG) demonstration that it hoped would ease some of those fears.

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