Cancel The Contract
Contact National Grid once a day and tell them to Cancel The Contract for Spectra gas transported by the AIM pipeline.
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Tweet: Save and send this Sample Tweet: .@nationalgridus #CancelTheContract for @SpectraEnergy #WestRoxbury pipeline until you fix 1000+ of #Boston natural gas leaks #StopSpectra
Call: 1-800-233-5325. To reach an operator between 7am and 7pm, press ‘0’ four times (press the numbers slowly – about once every 2 seconds). Ask to speak to a supervisor. They may try to transfer you to a media team: Insist on speaking to a decision maker. If you are a National Grid Customer, let them know that, and then tell them: ”I want National Grid to cancel the contract with Spectra Energy for their West Roxbury Lateral pipeline natural gas until the thousands of existing gas leaks in and around Boston are fixed. We need to be investing in renewable energy in our region, for the sake of the climate, for the sake of people that are put in harms way by pipelines like this, and for the sake of people who climate change is already affecting. We don’t want more natural gas in this region. We don’t need more natural gas in this region. Cancel the Contract with Spectra Energy.”
E-mail: Go to National Grid's website:,35/ and copy and paste this text into the message box: I want National Grid to fix the thousands of gas leaks in the Boston pipeline system before buying natural gas from Spectra Energy’s new pipeline project. We don’t want it more natural gas in this region, and we don’t need more gas in this region. A full scale inventory of how much gas is saved needs to be done after all existing leaks are fixed, and only then should the conversation of new pipelines be had. By adding another high pressure pipeline to the existing system, leaks will grow in size, emissions will increase in the region, and more consumer money will be wasted as costs for unused gas is passed onto the consumer. #CancelTheContract with Spectra Energy and fix the leaks in the Boston system first.
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