NEXUS Pipeline Project Ready to Go, Awaiting Federal Approval
From the Canton Repository:
The stalled NEXUS Gas Transmission project still could be completed before year’s end, but federal regulators would have to approve the pipeline soon to meet that target.
“We’ve got that race car sitting there revved and all ready to go, we just need that go ahead,” NEXUS President James Grech said Wednesday during the Utica Capital Midstream Seminar at Walsh University.
NEXUS was one of several pipeline projects discussed at the conference hosted by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and ShaleDirectories.com.
NEXUS is a proposed 36-inch-diameter interstate natural gas pipeline. The $2.1 billion project would cross eastern and northern Stark County and the city of Green in Summit County and carry natural gas from the Utica and Marcellus shales to users in Ohio, Michigan, Canada and other Midwestern markets.
Detroit-based DTE Energy and Spectra Energy, which merged this year with Calgary-based Enbridge, are partners in the project.This article can be continued by clicking here.
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