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Help get Ohioans to Build the Unity Pipeline!

Harvest Pipeline Company, an affiliate of Hilcorp Energy, will be embarking on a new 12″ inch pipeline project. Dubbed the Unity Pipeline the new portion of this project will begin in Kensington, OH and be built to Mantua, OH. There it will connect to an existing natural gas pipeline. This project has the potential to [...]

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Pennant Midstream Plant to Begin Full Operations

Sometimes here at POWER we’re pointing the finger at energy companies doing things the wrong way. It’s great then to see companies engaging in shale development the right way. Pennant Midstream is one of those companies. Their recently opened processing plant in Springfield Township, located in Mahoning County, is a prime example of responsible building. [...]

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Plans for 38-mile Natural Gas Pipeline Unveiled for N.E. Ohio

A Columbia Gas sister company released plans yesterday to build a 38-mile pipeline that will transport natural gas liquids from Ohio’s Utica shale. Pennant Midstream said the pipeline will connect the Hickory Bend processing plant in Mahoning County to the Utica East Ohio Kensington plant in Columbiana County. It will cost about $60 million and [...]

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Former NiSource Executives Form Century Midstream

Friday, August 23, 2013 By Dan O’Brien YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A newly formed company that builds midstream assets for the oil and gas industry believes the Utica shale in eastern Ohio holds enormous potential for the long term. And it wants to be front and center when activity accelerates in the underdeveloped liquid-rich regions of [...]

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Next Pipeline Phase Begins for Hickory Bend Project

Pennant Midstream consummates all that is good and right with the shale gas/oil energy companies. This midstream company, a joint venture between NiSource and Hilcorp Energy, includes the community in the building of its projects. They utilize the local labor pool and use local contractors. Unlike bad actors such as Chesapeake Energy and Access Midstream [...]

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