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Natural Gas Company Plans 600 Miles of Pipeline in OH & MI

By DAN SHINGLER Originally Published: June 26, 2014 1:45 PM  Modified: July 10, 2014 12:37 PM Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners hopes to build 600 miles of pipeline that would take natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shale regions to interconnections that would give the gas a pathway to more new markets. An initial 400 miles [...]

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Spectra Energy Still Bullish in Utica Pipelines

It’s been a week of disheartening news for the Utica shale play. A pipeline that would have taken natural-gas liquids from the Utica and Marcellus shale to the Gulf Coast was suspended because of a lack of customer interest, and British energy giant BP Plc (NYSE: BP) said it’s leaving its northeastern Ohio shale acreage [...]

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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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Sunoco Installing new 22-mile long pipeline in Wayne Co.

By Bobby Warren | Dix Communications Published: February 8, 2014 12:46PM WOOSTER — A buried pipeline to transport new petroleum products can move forward in Wayne County now that the commissioners approved an easement Wednesday for Sunoco Pipeline. Dubbed the Tiffin to Easton Pipeline, Sunoco, operating for Inland Corp., will install a new, 12-inch steel [...]

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Help Save 1,000+ Ohio Jobs..Support the Bluegrass Pipeline!

Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners are teaming up to bring a pipeline project to Ohio helping to rejuvenate our economy and employ THOUSANDS of our fellow Ohioans. Named the Bluegrass Pipeline this project is a 20″ to 24″ inch diameter natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline that will result in increased tax revenues for local governments [...]

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Marathon Petroleum $140M Cornerstone Pipeline

Marathon Petroleum Corp. plans to spend an estimated $140 million on a new pipeline that will connect its refinery in Canton to an oil and natural gas processing facility in the Utica shale play. The 48-mile Cornerstone Pipeline, expected to be completed in 2016, will connect the refinery with a processing plant in Cadiz operated [...]

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Is the Utica a Bust? Analysts do not think so and Neither do Midstream Developers

By DAN SHINGLER 9:25 am, April 19, 2013     So, is the Utica shale boom over? That was the impression some observers said was created by an April 15 Bloomberg news story titled, “Ohio’s $500 billion oil dream fades as Utica turns gassy.” But those observers say people who think the Utica is a [...]

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STOP Access Midstream from Using More Out-of-State Companies

Access Midstream is in the midst of building a $1 Billion dollar midstream infrastructure. Unfortunately thus far much of the work to build these pipelines and processing plants is being preformed by out-of-state contractors who bring with them their own out-of-state workforce. Even the media has shined a light on the fact that Access Midstream [...]

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Valley Faces Worker Shortage Amid Glut of New Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN Managers at the Laborers’ International Union Local 125 on Market Street have a problem: They anticipate a rush of work in the coming months but fear a shortage of workers to meet that demand. The union, one of 23 such locals statewide, helps union contractors by providing the necessary laborers that help get a [...]

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Utica Shale Pipeline Offers Business Opportunities

CANTON — Workers are building pipelines across the Utica Shale region, bringing natural gas and oil to market and business opportunities to local companies.

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