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Kinder Morgan 'cancels' NGL pipeline plan

CM Note: The Tennessee Gas pipeline skirts the Adair Co./Taylor Co. line, and also runs through Casey, Green and Barren Counties.

By Ben Kleppinger, The Advocate-Messenger
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A plan to repurpose 964 miles of natural gas pipeline to carry fracking byproducts has been canceled. A statement goes on to say that Tennessee Gas, the Kinder Morgan-owned company that runs the pipeline, "is now actively pursuing commercial arrangements for natural gas service from Appalachia to the Gulf of Mexico on that segment of its pipeline."




This story was posted on 2018-10-18 08:07:05
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