The 40-year Granite Brige Pipeline would cost $340 million and transport liquid natural gas (LNG) across the state of New Hampshire. Presumably to meet increasing energy demands, local residents have raised their voices against the pipeline, in favor of renewable energy, energy conservation, and keeping fossil fuels and natural gas in the soil. The pipeline, if approved, is slated to be built along the picturesque and historic Route 101, within a right of way, from Manchester to Exeter. It was cross through 5 towns including Auburn, Brentwood, Candia, Epping, Exeter, Manchester, and Raymond. A 170-foot tank that would store 2 billion cubic feet of liquid natural gas (methane) is slated to be built in Epping, NH, not far from a daycare center and other public facilities and homes.