Article: Details From a Tour of Kensington Cryogenic Processing Plant

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
It took 11 months to build a cryogenic natural gas-processing plant in southern Columbiana County.
But the natural gas from Ohio’s nearby Utica shale wells zips through the sprawling state-of-the-art complex in perhaps five minutes.
Welcome to Utica East Ohio Buckeye Midstream’s Kensington complex off state Route 644.
Once a hilltop farm, the 60-acre complex is a maze of oversized pipes, valves, tanks and meters. It is an engineer’s wonderland. It is full of hustle and bustle, hundreds of workers, heavy construction equipment and, in places, ankle-deep mud where construction continues.
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Director Scott Nally said after touring the facility: “I learned scale.”
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