Developers of a planned natural gas pipeline are looking at potential replacement locations in Rensselaer County for a natural gas compressor station proposed off Clark’s Chapel Road in Nassau.
In paperwork filed recently with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Houston-based energy company Kinder Morgan identified nine other possible sites for the station along the pipeline’s proposed route in Nassau and Schodack, Rensselaer County.
Those locations include:
— In South Schodack, to the east of Route 9, north of Schuffelt Road, including one 63-acre acre site, and another 64-acre site.
— In East Schodack, to the south of Burden Lake Road, west of Boyce Road, and north of Hoags Corners Road, 56-acre site, a 70-acre site, an 85-acre site, a 60 acre-site, and a 44-acre site.
— In Nassau, to the south of Clarks Chapel Road and west of Nassau-Averill Park Road, including a 60- acre site and a 43-acre site.
The Clarks Chapel Road site first proposed for the 41,000-horsepower compressor station is 149 acres.