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Gas Pipelines Coming

For the past few years now, counties across north central Ohio have been waiting to see how the energy boom in the Marcellus and Utica shale gas plays to our east would impact this region. Although the actual horizontal drilling, or fracking, has so far largely been limited to areas east of the Interstate 77 [...]

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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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Ethane from Shale to be Transported through Summit Co.

A liquid extracted from shale in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania soon will flow through the Akron area en route to Canada for processing. Pennsylvania-based Sunoco Logistics Partners LP is preparing to begin pipeline shipments next month of ethane, a liquid found with natural gas in the Utica and Marcellus shales. The ethane will be [...]

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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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Ask PVR Partners to Invest in Ohio Jobs on Pipeline Project

PVR Partners, a natural gas midstream company, has announced it will be building a 45 mile natural-gas trunk line through Belmont, Jefferson, and Monroe Counties. PVR is teaming up with Hess Corp. on this project to service all the gas & oil to come from their well sites. The price tag on the project will [...]

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Proposed Pipeline Will Connect Ohio’s Well Fields to Louisiana

Two energy infrastructure companies are proceeding with a 1,153-mile pipeline project that will deliver natural gas liquids from rapidly developing Utica and Marcellus shales in Ohio and surrounding states to the Gulf of Mexico for processing and possible export. The Bluegrass Pipeline was approved recently by the board of directors of Williams, a company in [...]

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Map, Details Emerge About Proposed $1.5 Billion Gas Pipeline

By Bob Downing Beacon Journal staff writer Published: June 8, 2013 – 10:52 PM | Updated: June 10, 2013 – 09:15 AM   A pipeline for transporting natural gas from shale drilling sites in eastern Ohio to Detroit and southern Ontario would run under more than 50 miles of Stark, Summit and Medina counties, according [...]

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Pipeline Construction in Shale Boom Alters Countryside

SCIO, Ohio — For more than 80 years, the view from Jody Snyder’s front porch was sweet and simple: farm fields, woods and rolling hills. It’s a view she has shared with her husband, Dick, for decades. But the landscape is changing in rural Harrison County. Now, a battalion of construction workers operates cranes, backhoes [...]

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