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Board approves two contracts to ship Ohio natural gas to Canada

Two customers of the proposed Nexus Pipeline have won Canadian provincial approval to transport natural gas from Ohio to Ontario. Texas-based Spectra Energy Corp. on Friday announced that the Ontario Energy Board has approved applications from Union Gas Ltd. and Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. for 15-year contracts. They want to move natural gas from the Appalachian Basin into the Dawn ...

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Battle over $2 billion Nexus Pipeline continues to simmer in Medina, Summit counties

The battle over the Nexus Pipeline continues to simmer in Medina and Summit counties — with a report of one Medina landowner threatening a surveyor and a survey crew being ordered off private property. Surveyor Frank Batson filed an affidavit, saying he was threatened Oct. 10 by landowner Donald Borling, 72, of York Township, the Medina County Gazette reported. Borling ...

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Federal agency to hold meetings about pipeline

They’re called federal scoping meetings. But really, what the federal government — in this case, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission — tries to do by hosting such events is gauge what area property owners view as safety and environmental issues about major construction projects, such as the 250-mile pipeline that NEXUS Gas Transmission wants to build across 11 northern Ohio ...

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Feds direct pipeline company to investigate alternatives

AKRON, Ohio — A federal agency has directed the Texas-based company behind a proposed northeastern Ohio natural gas pipeline to investigate an alternative route that would relocate the $2 billion project to less populated areas. The city of Green has proposed moving about 103 miles of the Nexus pipeline away from southern Summit County and northern Stark County into southern ...

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5 more sessions slated for pipeline

NEXUS Gas Transmission LLC is halfway through a set of 10 open houses it is holding through Feb. 18 to hear from the public on its controversial plan for a 250-mile natural gas pipeline, two of which will be held in northwest Ohio this week. One will be Wednesday at Swanton High School, 601 Main St., Swanton, followed by another ...

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Utica well activity

Utica drilling has leveled off, operations are continuing and production is still on the rise.  However, a major issue lately has been what to do with all the natural gas being produced in the region.  Several pipelines are in the works and they are causing issues among property owners, especially the NEXUS pipeline. The NEXUS pipeline, proposed by Spectra Energy ...

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Proposed pipelines are causing a slight uproar

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The flourishing supply of natural gas coming from the Marcellus and Utica shale regions in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania has become a promising area for companies that develop interstate pipeline–and a potential migraine for those who are against massive amounts of gas flowing through their property. Currently, there are several proposed underground pipeline projects that would transport natural gas ...

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Nexus Pipeline opponents are unhappy with format used at crowded Wadsworth meeting

WADSWORTH – It was a different meeting from what pipeline activist Angelina Samples of New Franklin expected. She envisioned a meeting where those against the $2 billion Nexus Pipeline that would move natural gas from the Utica shale across northern Ohio could voice their concerns and rally support. Instead, the meeting was more informal, with the 300-plus people coming into ...

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A look at proposed natural gas pipeline projects in Ohio

Natural gas producers in the Utica and Marcellus shale regions need pipelines to carry natural gas to market. Here is a quick look at four proposed projects that would run through Ohio: ET ROVER Ohio length: 208 miles Capacity: 3.25 billion cubic feet per day Estimated cost: $4.3 billion Route details: Twin 42-inch lines northeast from Cadiz to Defiance NEXUS ...

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