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Monday, August 5, 2013

Spectra Pipeline Route to Be Selected by September 20

From the Herald Star:
Spectra must tell FERC by Sept. 20 which site alternative it thinks makes more sense for its Ohio Pipeline Energy Network, which they've tagged "O.P.E.N." FERC, however, is not obligated to follow Spectra's lead.
"FERC makes the decision, not us," said Susan D. Waller, vice president of stakeholder outreach and sustainability at Spectra.
Waller said FERC representatives have been in the area to visit each of the proposed locations. They've also been attending public meetings the company has hosted in St. Clairsville, Bellaire, Bloomingdale and Hanoverton for individuals who could be impacted by the O.P.E.N. project.
Spectra's proposed 70-mile pipeline will extend from Columbiana County, near the Kensington plant, into Carroll, Jefferson, Belmont and Monroe counties.
The compressor station itself also will be in Jefferson County.
Read the entire article here. 

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