IROQUOIS, STATE MOVE TO END DISPUTE

Iroquois Gas Transmission System and New York state's Department of Public Service agreed in principle May 1 to a settlement that could avert a lengthy costly legal action over alleged Environmental violations during the pipeline's construction last year (OGJ, Sept. 2, 1991, p. 33). If the two sides reach final agreement by June 20, all pending litigation would be dropped and Iroquois, possibly along with some of its contractors, could pay $2 million in settlement. The amount would be

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