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Antero Ohio River pipeline to cost $525M

Planned 80-mile line would supply company wells

August 20, 2013

PARKERSBURG — An energy company plans to construct an 80-mile, $525 million pipeline from the Ohio River to supply water to operations in Tyler and Ritchie counties....

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neocurmudgeon74

Aug-22-13 1:57 PM

Thanks for adding the map!

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RealityInTheMOV

Aug-21-13 8:33 AM

Well, well, well. More jobs being created by the oil and gas industry. Who'd have thunk it?!?!

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don26101

Aug-21-13 7:27 AM

What about that man made lake over in Ritchie County? They stole all the farm lands in that area so they could make it. I thought that was to furnish all the water that area needed or did the park take it over so its theirs now to make money on? Sounds like just another shaft job in the making like that lake. So many families was forced out of their homes. No telling how many animals lost their lives when they flooded that area.

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WALLYinWV

Aug-20-13 11:13 PM

I'd also like to see the map. I looked at several sites on the web for a map but couldn't turn one up.

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RANDOM21

Aug-20-13 10:44 PM

If they are willing to invest a half billion in a pipeline to the area in West Virginia, there will be more than a few wells being drilled. That much water could supply a hefty sized power plant that could readily use the gas from the area. Or, after the wells are drilled, use the same pipeline to transmit the gas to a liquidation plant and ship it by barge down river. Could get interesting. Royalty holders are going to change their names to Clampett and move to the Hills, Beverly Hills.

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neocurmudgeon74

Aug-20-13 1:07 PM

Interesting. Would have been even better w/ the map.

The map might take up too much space in the print edition, but not in the online edition.

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