Blue Racer's Fast-Track Plans in Monroe County Move Towards Approval

From Columbus Business First:
Blue Racer Midstream LLC’s fast-track plans for its Monroe County cryogenic facility are set for approval by the Ohio Power Siting Board. 
The oil and gas infrastructure company asked the board last month for an expedited review of its plan to a build a 138-kilovolt transmission line for the facility in its Berne processing complex. Staff recommended approval Wednesday, and the application will be automatically approved June 13 unless the board’s chairperson, executive director or an administrative law judge step in. 
Blue Racer will install 1,975 feet of 138 kilovolt single-circuit transmission line to power large compressor engines at the Berne facility. Once its first phase is complete, the facility will process 200 million cubic feet per day of natural gas. Eventually, the site will have three cryogenic units each processing 200 million cubic feet per day of natural gas. Cryogenic facilities strip away dry natural gas from natural gas liquids.
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