Pipeline plans heat up in W.Va.
HUNTINGTON - With growth of natural gas in West Virginia, there are a number of new pipeline projects proposed for the state, raising a range of debates about the benefits and the risks.
"Marcellus and Utica gas has been a game-changer for this region," said Scott Castleman, communication manager for TransCanada, which now owns Columbia Pipeline Group.
"Nationwide, some 300,000 miles of natural gas transmission pipelines provide a vital link between producers and consumers," Castleman said. "Many people are unaware of the presence of this large pipeline network that is operating safely and reliably underground."
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