Ticonderoga, NY, Oct 18, 2012 — State officials in New York are praising International Paper for converting the company's mill in Ticonderoga from oil to natural gas.
IP plans to use natural gas supplied by a company in Vermont, using a pipeline that will be laid under the water of Lake Champlain.
In a statement issued yesterday, Empire State Development Commissioner Ken Adams called the move a "very important step toward securing the company's presence in the region and retaining hundreds of jobs in the North Country."
Natural gas is cheaper than oil and produces fewer emissions. The pipeline under Lake Champlain will require approval by regulatory agencies.
(04/14/2014) If you feel like the shock absorbers on your car are giving out this springó you're not alone. The harsh winter did massive damage to roads across the North Country and that's made driving tough in many communities.