Multiple Pipeline Projects Have Wayne County Landowners On Edge

From Farm and Dairy:
Landowners in Wayne and surrounding counties have yet to see much in the way of shale oil and gas drilling, but they’re in the crossroads of several major interstate pipeline projects that are being planned. 
As many as five new pipelines could be built, some that will run across state lines, and at least one, the ET Rover, that measures up to 42 inches in diameter. 
Other lines being planned include the Utopia and Nexus projects. 
The crossroads 
Wayne County is located “in the hotbed of activity,” said Dale Arnold, energy director for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. 
Arnold gave an update on proposed pipelines during a Farm Bureau meeting Sept. 28, at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster. 
Joining Arnold were two oil and gas attorneys — Thomas White, of White Law Office in Millersburg, and Craig Wilson, of Emens & Wolper Law Firm, of Columbus — who explained the negotiation phase of the pipeline leases, and some of the things landowners can and cannot do.
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