Rover Seeks Permission to Begin Service on New Segments of Pipeline

From Kallanish Energy:
Rover Pipeline is seeking federal approval to begin service on additional segments of the $4.2 billion natural gas pipeline across northern Ohio, Kallanish Energy reports. 
The request was filed Friday with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 
Energy Transfer Partners is seeking approval to begin service on its 100-mile Market segment in northwest Ohio and Michigan, plus a major segment of Mainline B between Crawford and Wayne counties in northcentral Ohio. 
The Market segment is a 42-inch pipeline from Defiance County, Ohio, to Livingston County, Michigan, where it connects to the Vector Pipeline. 
The company also wants to begin service from two compressor stations in Crawford and Defiance counties in Ohio and one meter station in Michigan.
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