Columbia Gas Proposes $135 Million Pipeline Expansion in Ohio

From Kallanish Energy:
Local natural gas distribution company Columbia Gas is proposing construction of a new $135 million pipeline to be built in central Ohio, Kallanish Energy reports. 
The company says a new supply of gas is needed in order to keep providing reliable service to old and new customers in the region. 
The Columbus Northern Loop project is designed to bring natural gas from pipelines east of Ohio's capital city of Columbus, where supplies are plentiful, to areas north and west of Columbus. 
A company spokesperson told WBNS TV-10 in Columbus the project is in the early planning stages. Members of the public will have the chance to review the plans and offer input that will help decide the final route.
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Columbia Gas has set up a webpage with details about the project.  Click here to check that out. 

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