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Williams pipeline has secured land deals in nine Kentucky counties

  • The Bluegrass natural gas pipeline in Kentucky reportedly has secured land-use deals in parts of nine of 13 counties along its proposed path; Williams Cos. (WMB +0.7%) is one of the energy firms behind the project.
  • The path would bypass property owned by a Roman Catholic abbey in central Kentucky after the monks who live there refused to allow surveyors on their land.
  • Environmental groups and local residents oppose the project, which would build a 24-inch thick underground pipeline to carry natural gas liquids from Ohio and Pennsylvania to an existing connection in Kentucky that runs to the Gulf of Mexico.
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  • BlurredLines
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    Who writes this ? 24 inch thick pipe ,yet to see one build .
    16 Oct 2013, 10:31 AM Reply Like
  • NYCTEXASBANKER
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    I think the thick refers to a type of pipe not thickness
    but that's bad writing anyway
    28 Oct 2013, 09:18 AM Reply Like
  • SoldHigh
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    Environmental groups won't be happy until we're all living in caves while the elitists who finance and run the environmental groups and their propaganda live in mansions and oversee.
    16 Oct 2013, 10:38 AM Reply Like
  • NYCTEXASBANKER
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    sold

     

    You have to look it from their side, If they can't save the world or tell
    the rest of the world how to live, what's their future?
    28 Oct 2013, 09:21 AM Reply Like
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