Tennessee Gas Pipeline representatives Curtis Cole, left, and Jay Pugh listen to pipeline opponent Loddie Marsh at an open house with landowners along the proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline on Monday, April 6, 2015 in Schoharie, N.Y. The project's proposed route from Pennsylvania's gas fields to New England will cross the property of many New York landowners who have waged a losing battle against the Constitution Pipeline for three years. (AP Photo/Mary Esch) - Mary Esch | AP

Tennessee Gas Pipeline representatives Curtis Cole, left, and Jay Pugh listen to pipeline opponent Loddie Marsh at an open house with landowners along the proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline on Monday, April 6, 2015 in Schoharie, N.Y. The project’s proposed route from Pennsylvania’s gas fields to New England will cross the property of many New York landowners who have waged a losing battle against the Constitution Pipeline for three years. (AP Photo/Mary Esch)

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