Rover Pipeline, LLC has provided updated maps detailing the proposed route of the Rover Pipeline to local libraries and government offices in the counties through which the route is proposed. The maps were submitted as part of the project’s filing on February 23, 2015 with the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC). As with previous Rover Pipeline maps, it is important to note that adjustments to the route continue to be made as the surveys are completed. A list of locations where map books are located, along with the most up-to-date information on the Rover Pipeline project can be found on the recently launched Rover Pipeline website, RoverPipelineFacts.com,or by calling the project’s toll-free number at 1-888-844-3718.This massive project has faced some opposition from residents and activists in Ohio. It is moving forward, though, and there is quite a bit of information available at this new site.
The approximately $4.2 billion 711-mile Rover Pipeline project will primarily serve domestic consumers by transporting natural gas from the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica shale production areas to U.S. markets in Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States.
Here is the Ohio Fact Sheet for the project:
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