Texas Company Considering Investing Nearly $1 Billion in Tuscarawas County

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
Could Ohio be getting another natural gas processing plant and a fractionation plant in the Utica shale region?
Texas-based Kinder Morgan, the nation’s largest pipeline company, is eyeing Tuscarawas County for such facilities, but no decisions have been made, company spokesman Richard Wheatley said Monday.
Last week, another company, EV Energy Partners, referenced a Kinder Morgan project during its fourth-quarter and 2012 earnings call with analysts and the media.
Company Executive Chairman John B. Walker said the industry has invested $6 billion in Utica shale pipelines and processing plants in Ohio, prior to Kinder Morgan’s “recent announcement” on the two plants.
Wheatley, in a telephone call, denied that his company has made any announcements recently about development in Tuscarawas County.
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